NotCrazy

230d

has anyone started having tons of heart palpitations and pain generalized in the legs and feet?

Palpitations

Fibromyalgia (FM)

Generalized pain

Chronic Tachycardia

Dehydration

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  • DrowningQueen21

    230d

    Yes but it's been rainy here so the weather does it for me

  • Rbrockport

    230d

  • DrowningQueen21

    230d

    Heart palpitations I'm not sure the reasoning yet

  • Scoutie

    230d

    😥my fibromyalgia does that when it's too humid or hot

  • Blue314

    230d

    Just recently started experiencing heart palpitations. Also struggle with leg and feet pain.

  • keni

    230d

    I have them, my Dr says they are esophalgial spasms caused by stress

  • ChronicSpoonie310

    229d

    Yes! The last 2-3 months has been insane with my fibro. It's like I finally get out of a flare and I'm good for like 12 hours and it flares up again. I get what I call tazer shocks in my legs and feet! On top of heart issues!

  • NotCrazy

    229d

    Thanks for all of your feedback. I've been concerned. I'm wearing a heart monitor for two weeks, and I'm one week in.

  • CoffeeAndDogs

    229d

    Fibromyalgia is caused by Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction aka Dysautonomia. When you have one form of Dysautonomia it puts you at risk of developing other forms. Specifically Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) which can lead to blood pressure issues, tachycardia, low blood volume, and blood pooling. I'd definitely suggest starting by getting more electrolytes- sodium, potassium, and magnesium- as mild dehydration can exacerbate symptoms.

  • Scoutie

    196d

    👍 thanks for the information

  • NotCrazy

    192d

    Finally I have the results for the monitor and someone to explain them. There were an average of over 500 palpitations a day but there is no concern 🤷🏼 I have upped electrolytes and am attempting to bring down the caffeine. But that's hard when I'm so tired

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