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... these palpitations cause me to feel very nervous. ... (0 replies)
... A side effect of beta blockers is arrhythmia. Although beta blockers are prescribed to reduce arrhythmias, sometimes they can cause them. I've been on Inderal for nearly a year without any side effects, but I still experience palpitations. ... (6 replies)
... been trying to see if they coincide with the moon phrase or something I've eaten, etc. It's hard to pinpoint the reason, which does bother me. I want to know the cause so I can find the answer. Simply blaming it on menapause is frustrating, but it seems to be the case. ... (23 replies)

... Please could someone offer me any advice as to what they might believe might be the cause for my symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... or is it irregular in rhythm. Sometimes an over active thyroid gland can cause palpitations, fast rate and anxiety. A blood test to check your thyroid is a good idea just to rule out a treatable cause for it. ... (3 replies)
... nt to the ER because she was feeling lightheaded and heart was skipping beats. She went to a cardiologist and he told her she needed an ablation done because the beta blockers slowed down her heart rate to much. ... (4 replies)
... cured forever. I'm almost 52 and let me tell you this will get much worse with age. It progressively gets worse. Benign...no way. Not if you have to take beta blockers, go to the ER for adenosine. Don't kid yourself, heart medicine is not safe. ... (16 replies)
... ering off of Metoprolol my anxiety was tenfold. I was SO nervous that I thought I was gonna snap! I felt awful. It's better now but It's still there. I get short palpitations a few times everyday, too. ... (18 replies)
... depressant...there are too many side effects. I've tried many of them and they always cause me more problems than I had to begin with. ... (8 replies)
... hat have persisted daily and will not stop. I have no other symptoms other then occassional fatigue spells but I have dealt with this for years, even before the palpitations began. ... (18 replies)
... side effect of Toprol. It can also cause bronchial problems, like many beta blockers. ... (6 replies)
Palpitations
Jan 27, 2004
... Oftentimes, they just do not have a cause at all. The majority of people who do suffer from them can find no cause to these palpitations. ... (5 replies)
... I've been suffering from palpitations and tachychardia for a few months now. I have chronic anaemia which I've been told could cause this and all the other symptoms I have. I'm waiting to have that investigated. ... (13 replies)
... I have asthma. Beta blockers cause wheezing and this is why I can't take them. ... (10 replies)
... larly. Speak with your general practitioner or your cardiologist if you have one. I believe they recommend annual ekg or sonograms. If you are having a lot of palpitations or skipped beats they will most likely put you on a beta blocker to control it. ... (5 replies)
... Fast heart rate, over 100bpm, is called tachycardia. Common symptoms of tachycardia are shortness of breath, palpitations, and can cause dizziness. ... (7 replies)
... climbed up some stairs, but it can happen for just no reason, but usually when I'm worrying about something. ... (7 replies)
... Your PACs may be reduced by adopting the suggestions I posted above. I understand your reasoning that there must be a cause but at this point all you can do is reduce the symptoms. ... (28 replies)
... Eliminate as much sugar as you possibly can from your diet. ... (1 replies)
... The birth control pill could definitely cause an increase in your PVCs. It's pretty common for hormonal changes to cause palpitations or arrhythmias in women. You might consider trying a different pill. ... (8 replies)


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