Blood Vessel Pulsating in Left Arm

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I have recently been moved up to the gps maximum dose of 225mg in the last week or so. I have noted my mouth and teeth seem different I cant put my finger on it thou as to what different but it weird feeling and taste.

Anyway I digress slightly, I have noticed that I am getting alot of Blood vessel pulsating ( like its really having to pump hard ) in my left arm. Now I know I am slightly anxious/stressed as I am having to attend a fairly important meeting now on Monday. But before i knew about this meeting these symptoms had started. Has anyone had anything similar happen and do they have any advice how to ease it if its just a side effect.

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    Best to.

    when I increased my medication I used to get a weird flickering inn my arm. It was like my muscles were suffering involuntary contraction of the biceps. It went after a week or so. It could be that.

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    Ok I have seen the Doctor today, and he thinks the increased in Blood Pressure is what is cause the pulsating in my arm. I know have to have a 24 hour assessment in a few weeks. The pain in my chest is either my back or related to my stomach, which I am waiting for an endoscopy. 

    Has anyone else had Blood pressure issues using Venflaxine and what did they do #/ Did you keep going or reduce dosage ?

    I take Propanol for anxiety and the doc said I can use this in meantime to reduce Blood Pressure

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