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I am 28 years old and had my tubal when I was 23 in 1993. I started having the heart palpatations last year...I have i have been contributing alot of my symptoms to that...since 1993 I have gained 50 lbs that seems to stay no matter what... I am tired.. very tired... I just experienced the worst case of PMS that I have ever had... to the point where I cried for 4 hours periods are pretty regular. I have been getting cramps lately and that isn't normal for me... 3 days of cramps with this months period. I don't usually cramp.. I usually get a couple of ovary I call them.. cause that is what it feels like and that is all... this time i spent a day in bed doubled over. Bone loss was not something I thought of. I am not anemic. This is a totally new concept to me, and I am still struggling with the realization that something i did because I thought it was the safest means for me... is actually possibly destroying me... I know you aren't a doctor, but your advice and help is appreciated!! I will keep a diary of when the palpitations come and when my periods are and see if i see a correspondence between them. Anything else I should be looking for? thanks SUSAN!!

Posted on Jan 5, 1999, 12:22 AM
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