Another concern.

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So it's the Setsuna from this thread again:

I had to create a new account because I forgot my password.

Anyway, here's what's bugging me. 

Before three days ago, I felt completely fine, like I was finally able to actually live my life. 

Well, that all changed until I began to feel my heart "flutter" or "twitch".

This has been a constant thing for four days, and along with the fluttering/twitching, I also experience a dripping/leaking sensation in my chest. Like a bead of sweat going down your chest, but no sweat. 

Normally, these twitches will happen in the upper-left area of my chest. Last night I was taken to the hospital, EKG testing, and once again, everything was fine.

I'm not sure of what I should do anymore. The dripping sensation is beginning to scare me. I go to the pediatrician in seven days, but I'm scared that something may happen beforehand.

Has anyone experienced anything similar? Replies would be very helpful.

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    Someone, please...
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    Yes I've been experiencing the exact same thing as you are lately, and even the weird dripping sensation! I get some pretty strange sensations on my chest area I also always get an impulse to itch my chest and this is only when I'm feeling anxious. I had a ECG about 6 weeks ago just a random kinda one so I was fine for a while but last Thursday night I was so fearful (after ignoring these flutters for a week) I went and saw a doctor and he checked my blood pressure and listened to my heart and said I'm okay. I went to my GP Monday she listened to my heart and said I'm fine. Apparently these palps and flutters are normal it's just us anxiety sufferes notice them a lot more! I've been given a very low dose of beta blockers which are suppose to slow your heart down and stop the weird anxiety symptoms. But go see your doctor for reassurance.. Best of luck=)
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      aaa thank you so much for your reply

      I went to see my doctor, and he said everything was just fine. But I just can't shake the feeling that something is internally wrong. It's very stressing indeed. 

      You have no idea how thankful I am for your reply. 

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      I feel the same as I have been feeling these past few days. I would probably describe it as "sluggish". As for the medication, I answered this in the last thread.

      "I used to take six different kinds of medication for this.

      I'm only taking four now. Here are all of them as follows:

      Naproxen, Alprazolam, Sertraline, Buspirone, Ibuprofen, and Aspirin."

      Right now, I'm only taking Sertraline. 

      As for the therapy, I declined that.


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