I think this explains a lot about my issues and maybe others on here with Graves.
I found this study by Professor Jayne Franklyn of Birmingham University (also current president of BTA) which sets out why hypers who are treated and become hypo still suffer from ectopic beats/tachycardia/AF/palpitations.
I am utterly sick to the back teeth of being told it's menopause, anxiety, nothing. I am not under or over medicated. I still have Graves, an auto immune condition even though my thyroid was removed. So, instead of one condition, I now have three - Graves, hypothyroid and hypoparathyroid. What a success story.
I think more attention needs to be paid to this. Many of us are dismissed as anxious when this is clearly not the case. My cardiologist said he was sure it was endocrine related and it seems he was right. The problem is, endos seem to have no answers. What on earth do they get paid for?