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Have nausea, diarrhea, shaking after sleep. Seen after delivery and first periods. Developed bradycardia. What is it?

Wake up shaking, nauseated, with diarrhea. The shaking feels like nervousness or anxiety. It started 7 days before my menstral period but still hasn't stopped 5 days later. I do not have a thyroid and I just had a baby on Jan. 3 days after giving birth I had these same symptoms but they went away. This menstrual cycle is the 1st one since giving birth. Could it be thyroid related, pmdd, general anxiety, ibs, acid reflux, or something new? I'm miserable! Also, I developed bradycardia after my baby was born and my heart still doesn't beat normal.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hello, I would say only one thing as you mentioned many diseases in your's query , that you are absolutely and 100% normal. Time is the best remedy for you so as time will pass you will be alright as all these are due to anxiety. Good wishes for you and your's child.
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