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I went to my Doctor and he thinks it may have something to do with my Thyroid gland but told me not to worry unnecessary.
Unfortunately, I cannot tell you the results of the blood test yet as I have an appointment to see him tomorrow!
But what was making them worse was extremely worrying.
Once I was reassured by my doctor and cut down my coke intake they stopped. I have been experiencing palpitations for 18 months now and am exhausted from them. I have spent 10 days in hospital being monitered, but I still have them.
I've just turned 31 and have started getting what I would describe as a; flutter or an extra heart beat, for about 4 months now on and off.
Have learned to live with it.i have read the other messages, and i will give some advice, never take stimulints ie, coffee, coke, tea, when you don\'t need them.
I am not happy to be on medication and wonder if i had left it alone would it have gone away when menopause ended. Two years ago I had a heart attack and last year a quadruple by pass.
I started to suffer from palpitations about six months after the op and it was thought I would have to get a pace maker but my cardioligist then put me on a low dose of beta blocker as I am on other medication for high blood pressure, and can only be on a small dose because it would interfer with my medication.
One thing I have noticed though is when I drink coffee it always seems to give me a tight feeling in my chest even though I may only have 1/2 cups a day!
I think some people just cannot drink coffee at all, I find tea isnt as bad.
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My GP seems to think they are harmless, but it certainly is very scary when I have an attack. I just took it easy for a few hours and it then returned to normal.