I've been told even by cardiologist that only HYPER people get skipped beats, etc.
But from things I've read online so do HYPO people!
I've been getting "skipped beats" specifically PVCs picked up by Holter in April, since March 18th, 2015. The exact same time my throat started feeling "closed", etc.
Which that ended up being my thyroid after all!
After being told by COUNTLESS doctors that my TSH "wasn't high enough to be hypo"
I still get the skips,
Had echo, holter, event monitor, 18+ ekgs.
So my MAIN question is:
Are there any other people out there with HYPO that suffer from PVCs/PACs?
I was alert
ed, back in 2009, by my primary care doctor, that my thyroid levels were bad. I finally saw my doctor, and he referred me to an Endo doctor. They had a scan of my thyroid and determined that I had Graves. I was given a radioactive iodine pill, which dropped me to hypo. So now I'm on one Levothy, pill a day.
From 2009 to mid 2011, I never had any heart pals. Now I get them every night. No kidding, and sometimes it scares me. To be frank, I get tired of these doctors trying to box every patient into the same package. I apparantly have hypo now, and I get them. So, nobody, doctor or not, can tell me that a hypo thy doesn't experience pals. I do, every night, and sometimes in the day.
Honestly, I've watched Mystery Diagnoses many times. Doctors do not have all the answers. Yes, they understand quite a bit. However, every person is an individual is just that. An individual. And not every body responds to a condition the same way. There may be patterns that are related, but we all have different immune systems, and sometimes, what affects me, may not affect you the same way.
I do get palpations, and I really believe they come from my hypo thy.