this is not a doctor forum,,some kind people some with medical backgrounds some not,,,I have some.....your post is screaming thyroid to me...lots of the symptoms..Also is there anything causing you extra stress as of late, many of your symptoms are associated with panic attacks,,,the thyroid and ovarian function levels can be checked easy by a simple series of blood tests,,,be sure to insist on a FULL panel thyroid screen....if you are feeling anxiety I would suggest talking with your doctor there is much help to be had for this and it is very common.Any time you have any heart symptom it should not be taken lightly you will need to tell your doctor about the pounding heart and dizziness, Good Luck Cherie
After a full blood panel the Dr. suggested it is due to Low Progesterone, which he indicated is very common with Rapid Heart Beat, My Thyroid is good. Here are my numbers on day 14 along with the reference used at this particular lab;
TSH 1.553 Units uUI/mL Refe 0.450-4.500
Triiodothyronine,Free,Serum 3.4 Units pg/mL Ref 2.3-4.2
T4,Free(Direct) 1.28 Units ng/dL Ref 0.61-1.76
Estradiol 131 Units pg/ml Ref 19-528
Testosterone 0.7 Units pg/ml Ref 0.0-2.2
Progesterone 0.7 Units ng/ml Shows no reference but dr said VERY LOW
Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) Ab Result <10 Units IU/mL Ref 0-34 Dr. said VERY GOOD This is what Dr was worried about but was quite happy with the results. Bottom line Dr said I am definitely perimenopausal as I Still have a period every 32-34 days. I was also having mid cycle spotting which I find is due to Low Progesterone. This is why most women experience a termination of pregnancy you need good Progesterone levels to carry to term. I have read so much on Low Progesterone and all of my symptoms are very common. Most Doctors have told there patients there blood panel is normal for there age, what I find is you need to find a doctor whom is educated in Bioidentical Hormones. That is what I did. I have been to so many doctors since first starting to mid cycle spot they just brushed me off.
Thank God I now can rest assure I am healthy this is very normal. Especially at the beginning of Menopause.