Skipping heart beats going through menopause

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I am having skipping heat beat going through the is any women going through and the fuzz sound in the ears. please somebody respond I am so scared somebody tell me something I have join pain in the face the arms legs cant sleep.

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    I can sympathize with the skipped heartbeats. I've been getting that a lot. It's very off putting. It's almost like I can feel it in my throat. Always good to get your heart checked out if you haven't already, but it can definitely be the cause of hormone issues, as can the joint pains and insomnia...which I also experience. Fun stuff...(sigh)

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      a lot of people that I do know tell me its do to the change some women's get it and some do. some have symptoms and some dont have no symptoms they just stop. I hope eventually it will all go away. I dont like the ringing in the ear, burning sensation, the skipping heart beats, the join pain, and I get the jaw pain. it feel like I am losing my self cant sleep to good at. what can we do, I wish everybody on here good luck I'll be 50 in June I started this and my late 30s.

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    hi kim - When you say "fuzz sound in your ear" does it almost feel like a cup has been placed over it? Or does it feel like your brains have been sucked out? not joking i ecperience both those sensations - i have it all & I am 7 years post - right now i am experiencing what i believe to be reflux - tightness in my chest below my neck, of course i can go into a dark place in a nanosecond - try & stay calm -

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      hi

      debra16694

      yes, it sound someone put a cup over my ear. I have skipping heart beat I be have funny feeling in the chest. short at the breath, I toss and turn all night hard to take and nap waking up all through the night. join pain this is really scary.

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    Hi Kim,

     I am  in perimenopause and I experience the skipping heartbeats as well as ringing in my ears and visual snow... plus crawling ant feeling on my skin and tingling in hands and feet especially after I eat certain foods.... Also trembling, shaking and an internal vibration.....fun stuff...Not!!! I hope I have helped you out!!!😀
    	 
    
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    hey kim all part and parcel of menopause unfortunatley i to suffer all of above and more i'm 6yrs postmeno and still haveing it all

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    Hi Kim, if it's any consolation, I had these skipped (ectopic) heart beats a lot peri-menopause, even rang 999 once because they were so bad. All tests came back normal, and eventually they stopped completely. I'm 2.5 years post Hysterectomy/menopause now, had a few of these ectopic episodes a few months back, but nothing most of the time. The very worst thing has been my mental health post-meno, tried/still trying so many things, but have good and bad days. I can't tolerate HRT, makes my chest feel tight, I'm mildly asthmatic. I keep praying I'll improve mentally once my hormones level off, still getting hot flushes, so know my hormones are still up and down. x

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      Thank you for sharing. I am awake at 3 am. Have had the skipping heartbeats wake me up for 2 weeks now. Periods off schedule, some gushing, some spotting. Really hate the heart thing. Have seen 5. cardiologist and all say I am fine, but think I need to go again. That is from this awful anxiety. I hope my heart settles, once I am in menopause.

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