A few days ago I noticed that my heart was skipping occasionally. My Dr sent me to A&E where they told me that my heartbeat was quite slow (I think it has been for years, maybe for always - I just never noticed). He told me not to worry, and they are going to arrange a 24-hour ECG through my GP
BUT what's bothering me is that I have a buzzing sensation more or less all over, pretty much all the time. NOTE this is just me, the ECG hasn't begun yet! This started a few months ago with an occasional buzzing sensation in bed in the morning, going away, and now is there all the time - has been like that for a couple of weeks, I thought it was blood pressure which is why I consulted the Dr, but my blood pressure is fine.
I see other people out on Google get buzzings of various kinds, but they mostly seem to be night time only, or temporary, or controllable, or rumbling. I haven't found anyone yet with constant low-level buzzing (a bit like a powerline overhead, but without the hum) and possible slow heart issues. Does anyone here have a similar sensation?