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Does anyone ever exprience having a fever and just not feeling good. Today I was feeling bad sad running a temp of 100.1 with a high heart rate of 110 and just feeling tired weak and not myself please can you ladies let me know why post menopausal symptoms make you feel sick run down tired and give you hi heart rates and make you run a temp of 100.1 Feeling bad all day so confused about all this just want to cry and hide away sad

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    Susan, I have not heard of fever as a menopause symptom and is usualy a sign of infection, especially with a high heart rate.  Peri/Post Menopause does make you feel run down and tired but I would worry about a fever.  Please see your doc - can't hurt!  xoxox Hope you feel better soon!
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    Hi Susan...  I have had flu or allergy-like symptoms, with even cough, nose running, letargy, felt ill, that together or not with irregular heart beat (which is more like fast-slow beat, not only fast), but I never had a fever.  Kim is right, better see your doctor, just to be sure, 101.1 is not to be desconsidered :S. Get well!
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    Hi Susan 

    sorry to to hear you feel bad,  it sounds like you have a virus or something, have you had your thyroid levels checked, it's amazing what you can get going through the meno, I developed hypothyroidisum gluten allergy, hives all manner of horrible symptoms, now I'm hyperthyroid,

    i would take paracetomal for a couple of days see if temp comes down, drink lots of water, if not go see your gp, there are a lot of nasty viruses about at the moment, both myself and my husband have had flu not eating temp heart racing cant move, 

    Hope you feel better soon. 😊

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