You may be having an arrhythmia, irregular pulse on your BP monitor could be related to frequent premature atrial or ventricular contractions or atrial fibrillation. you should get an EKG or get a heart rhythm monitor for furhter evaluation, especially if you have symptoms associated with this.
There are several reasons why your baseline heart rate can be high. Most common reasons are - anxiety, dehydration, stimulants like caffeine, drugs of abuse, anemia, hyperthyroidism and inappropriate sinus tachycardia. you should try to identify which of these fits your situation. if there is something that you cannot change with life style modification you should consider talking to your doctor for further work up.
do you have any cardiomyopathy. It is rather unusual to have Atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia and QT interval issues all at the same time. Coming to your question regarding medical marijuana that is bad idea. You should know that marijuana (cannabis) can increase your risk for ventricular tachycardia. you should be worked up furhter and see if you are a candidate for an implantable cardioverter defibrillator. Good luck.
In the absence of any significant family history of premature coronary artery disease and other existing risk factors for CAD it is less likely for these symptoms to be related to CAD. I would recommend for you to try proton pump inhibitors like prolisec. if that doesn't help plz see your doctor.
As I understand it this looks like musculo skeletal pain. it is inflammation not infection you can take some ibuprofen and acetaminophen. if the pain doesn't get better you should go back to your doctor for furhter evaluation.
Please see your doctor. This could many things like - GERD/asthma/musculoskeletal pain/ cardiac arrhythmias. you need a systematic work up.
You may be developing bronchospasm from smoking. stop smoking and if the symptoms persist you should see your Primary care physician. make sure it is not gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD
Please do upper GI manometry and sham feeding test. This will help us asses the true integrity of the GI vagal innervation. Usually the transient GI dysmotility gets better by 3 months post ablation. it is rather unusual to see persistent nausea.
oftentimes it is very common. please make sure he doesn't have any structural abnormalities of the chest cage. Good luck.
A heart beat of 199 is not normal even for a pregnant. So something is obvviously wrong with your heart. So please see a cardiologist or your internist as soon as possible.