Heart pounding

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Anyone can feel they heart pounding at night when trying to sleep..I could hear thumping when I'm on my left side when I turn on my right I can't hear that much. ..it's scary sometimes I think the worst I had a ECG last year was fine, anything sometimes tips off like cleaning or running up the stairs walking and so forth.

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    Yes, this happens to me all of the time. What are your other symptoms of perimenopause?
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    Hi, Maria,

    Yes!  You are describing exactly what I’ve had for the last few days. I hear a ticking in my right ear when I’m trying to go to sleep.  I’m sure it’s hormone related. It seems to coincide with hormone fluctuations I can feel.  I’ve had many tests over the last year because of this and many other symptoms and everything points to perimenopause.  It’s very frustrating. 

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      HI Sarah,  I get that ticking in my ears it use to be worst when I first started peri menopause, it goes away for a long time and come back, you would think you had clock ticking down there our Tinitus, I had all sorts from time time from fluttering to something want to block it for a few seconds I try not to run to the Dr's with everything that I experience but any pain in them or any where that cause for concern I will tell them, hope it disappears for us soon HUGS.

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    I have this quite often, I notice it's worse right before or right after my period. It used to scare me out of my mind but after being checked for everything under the sun I know it's hormonal and I can deal with it a little better when it happens.

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    I used to. But it went away. Just one day I noticed it wasn't happening anymore.

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    Maria,

    Thank you for the reply.  I know we'll get through this.  Hopefully we'll be all be stronger from enduring these bizarre symptoms!  Hugs--Sarah

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