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Ironically I had similar problems and my daughter was also born 5 weeks ago, couldn't make it up. Low carbs can also cause palps, even asthma inhalers can or heavy cardio lol. The problem is we're aware that we're doing gear and every little thing we feel we think 'it's the gear I'm dying!' And it isn't a good state of mind to get in, stress will cause you to hold water and loose muscle tissue too, not something you particularly want to go through whilst cutting especially. Just relax and tell yourself 'I've had an ECG docs said I'm fine, there's nothing wrong with me' and get on with it, best advise you'll get mate it'll just get worse else, take it from me I've been through the lot.