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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.you can\'t take a coffee and sit down and watch tv.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 have been put on beta blockers to see if they can control them. I do have a family history of a rare heart complaint, but the docs. However much docs tell you not to worry,you can't help but be concerned about it.) but decaff for the rest of the time, I feel alot better for it.The tightness in my chest is gone and the palpatations have eased.Finally after many failures with medications i have started on Rhymodan and it works for me.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.
When i get gas on my tummy i find the irregular beats.
Very soon afterwards I developed a sick feeling in my tummy and my heart began to race - but at a regular pace.
I went to bed and the extremely fast heartbeat continued for some hours. (anonymous)I experienced palpitations in my 30ties and 40ties and found them frightening My GP reassured me and I had a normal ECG.
Nothing was ever found wrong with my heart but I was nervous.
A visiting locum who called one evening after I had a long bout of heart irregularity asked me about tea and coffee and tiredness.
Many many people reassured me it was ok and part and parcel of menopause.