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Hello, I'm Dr Manos, board certified obgyn. Uterine fibroids are not associated with heart rythym disturbance unless they are a causal factor in heavy periods, severe anemia leading to rapid heart beat. So far you are on the right track to figure things out. Right leg pain may be another symptom that has to be considered but not necessarily related to other factors. With a cardiology consult and gynecologist in the mix, you should get answers. I'm interested in what the Holter monitor showed for starters and more about the leg pain as to how long it is bothering you and where on the leg and what makes it better or worse.
Has the size or exact location on the uterus been described to you? Upper thigh pain worse sitting or standing or walking?
The size of the fibroid I mean
The fibroid is small as fibroids go. Posterior means the back wall of uterus. Could put some pressure on pelvic ligaments when sleeping and leg better when you're up and around. The tachycardia needs to be determined like heart related or hyperthyroid condition. The pending tests will shed light on the situation. Don't worry about fibroid or blood cells in urine at this point.