left nostril bled had fast heart rate and palpitations

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I had a nose bleed from the left nostril which made my heart race made me dizzy, light headed and had a lot of palpitations today. 

When i was outside my building the fast heart rate kept going with palpitations and dizzy and feeling faint. I had to have someone from outside walk me up to my appartment 

don't know what is causing this wish it would go away crycry when will this stopquestion

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    I hear you

    Nobody knows when will stop.

    me almost 3 years


    I have palpitations, weird sensations in my chest and herat and then hot flashes and on and on.

    Will go away one day!

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      I know but when will it go away i don't know when to start back on the 2.5mg of provera and 1 mg of estradiol with just getting off the paxil and trazodone 

      Now i am having racing heart and palpitations what do i do i am so confused and will it be safe for me to be back on the HRTs after the heart rate racing and the palpitations 

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    Hi Susan I had a nose bleed last week,try not to worry,it's sounds like you ve had a panic attack when you were out side,I can cope with all the other symptoms,but the anxiety/panic attacks are by far the worst.Are you eating well? I ve noticed the days when my appitite is poor I feel worse.i hope you re feeling better soon x
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     Dear Susan,  and have you tried flax ??    This will balance your hormones. bring you great relief. Try two 1000 mg tablets per day. 
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     You can buy flax tablets at any pharmacy over-the-counter. 

     500 to 1000 mg of magnesium helps to sleep at night    You should take it before going to sleep.    

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