I had a holter monitor for 24 hours last year (primary care dr. gave it to me) when these occured and besides 1 episode of techicardia in the early AM (135), it was normal. Would seeing a cardiologist help determine a BP issues? I saw a cardiologist last year for this and they did a ultrasound of my carotide arteries and they were fine, not even beginnings of plaque. About 6 years ago I had similar 'heart' issues and saw a cardiologist and he did a echocardiogram and said my heart appeared normal. I have also had multple EKG's all normal. Discussed a holster monitor for 2 weeks? Because of the potential microadenoma last year, I was sent to a endocrynologist and he did growth hormone tests, progesterone check and thyroid checks, all normal.
I will say I have PCO. Extra follicles but after multiple hormone checks and work-ups, including insulin screens, no hormone issues were detected.
So, I will be going to the neurologist. You recommend a cardiologist too?