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To early in the morning for palpatations

I get up with my kids and then palps start, gosh I hope they don't ruin my day.... I have had 3 "pauses" already, I'm wondering if I am getting them more because Im'm pregnant?
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Oh, the first thing in the morning skips!  I always seem to have one or two before breakfast, although typically not when I am still in bed.  They can make it challenging to have a decent morning, can't they.  Do they continue on through the day for you, or is it only a break of dawn thing?

From what I have read it certainly seems as if pregnancy can cause an increase.  Changes in the blood, differing pressures against the heart and all that.
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well today they have been happening all day and I don't ever remember them happening so much, its kinda concerning.
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If the volume's increased then you might want to contact your doctor on it.  Never hurts to make certain!
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Pregnancy definetely increases palpitations. Mine actually started fore the first time 3 months ago 1 week after I found out I was pregnant. they have not stopped since. I'mhoping they go away after pregnancy!
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