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Internal tremors after surgery
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Internal tremors after surgery

Hello all,
I'm new to this community. I have thyroid issues. Well in September I had deviated septum surgery, and turbinate reduction surgery. Since I had the surgery I've had internal tremors in my chest area. I've taken magnesium but it has not helped. I've also tried atenolol to no avail.  Any ideas?
Thanks for any help.
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Have you discussed this with your doctor? I doubt if what you are feeling is related to your heart, but a 24 hour monitor would be a good place to start. It will record all changes in your rhythm and will be helpful to determine a cause.

Jon
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