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Have palpitations, started during pregnancy, now lasts longer, fatigued. Given ciplax, not yet started

I AM HAVING OCCASSIONAL PALPITATIONS WHICH LAST FOR 6-7 HRS. IT STARTED 18 YRS BACK WHEN I WAS PREGNANT. EARLIER IT USED TO LAST FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. FOR THE LAST TWO TIMES WHICH CAME WITHIN 2 MONTHS IT LASTED FOR 8 HRS. I FEEL VERY FATIGUED AT THIS TIME. OTHERWISE PRESSURE IS AROUND NORMAL 140/80. I HAVE BEEN PRESCRIBED CIPLAX L A 40 0-0-1 WHICH I HAVE NOT YET STARTED.

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Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Dear Ma'm
thanks for writing to us.
whenever one has palpitation there can be two type of causes 1. related to heart and 2. unrelated to heart. and at the core of work up for palpitations lie the recognition of type of rhythm at time of palpitation. since you have been advised CIPLAX for control of palpitation , i assume your doctor must have reached a definite diagnosis. please take your medication and if problem persists discuss it with your physician. you are most welcome to discuss further if you can come up with more information, especially any investigation you have undergone.
sincerely
sukhvinder
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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