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... hi how are you, I had the same problem approximately six year ago. It resulted in stroke with underlying atrial fibrilation. It totally destroyed my professional life, personal life and recently after tons of research, i had a procedure done called the maze procedure. I have endurred alot of ups and downs in the past six years including loosing a relationship and now having... (5 replies)
... extra pathway in your heart. No meds will make your heart go 200. 120, yes. But 200 tends to indicate you have an underlying heart rhythm disorder. Next time it's 200 get to the ER and get an EKG. ... (5 replies)
... And this isn't the first time, either. For the past month, I've had two or three incidents where, without any obvious cause or trigger, my heart will start beating exceptionally fast. My normal resting rate is around 70-80 bpm. The first time it happened, it shot up to around 120, which made me feel pretty uncomfortable but I didn't think too much of it. This last time it... (5 replies)

... when I was 22, I had a high heart rate. It stayed around 125 bpm when just resting, but often got higher. I eventually found out I had a hyperactive thyroid that was causing the issues. ... (6 replies)
... retty healthy person. I sat down and for most of the day it was around 130, when doing nothing! My neighber then took my to an after hour clinic. While there, my bpm got to 126 and my blood pressure was wierd. ... (6 replies)
... However even at night with every slight exertion it can shoot up by 20 or more beats per minute. I also noticed some spikes to about 110 bpm during sleep. This might be because I moved during my sleep. ... (1 replies)
... I had one and only one bout where my heart started racing. I was able to determine it was over 200 BPM, but I could not count any faster. ... (14 replies)
... had stopped so other than an ekg there was not much else they could do. I wound up seeing a cardiologist after my 3rd incident . This one had my beats at almost 200 bpm. It lasted around 45 minutes until I guzzled some soda and burped. It stopped as quickly as it started. ... (14 replies)
Heart Problems?
Dec 10, 2012
... Well my question is this and not a lot of people have this condition but maybe someone will see this and relate and have some answers. I have been having heart problems for about a year, I will wake up in the middle of the night and my heart will be racing, of course I have freaked out a couple times and called the paramedics. When they arrive and hook me up, my HR fluctuates... (2 replies)
... I've been on metoprolol tartrate 25 mg twice a day for 15 years. I'm 40 and was diagnosed with a dysfunctional sino atrial node triggering tachycardia and pvc's when I was 25. It took me some time but I noticed that even 1 alcoholic drink made my heart race at times. Also caffiene irritated me. So I didn't drink any alcohol or caffiene for 10 years. Also stopped smoking... (5 replies)
... and pulse rate was a whopping 200 bpm! ... (3 replies)
... replying it means alot. I know VT is sudden and in a way im not concerned about the sudden aspect. But, I'm concerned once in a blue moon my heart will go off to 200 bpm, when it does that will I have enough time to get to the emergency room before it turns to VF. For example, 5 minutes in. That's my concerned. ... (6 replies)
... Even if it did happen to beat at 200 bpm for a day, you will most likely still be alive. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Everyone! I'm wondering if anyone else has ever experienced rapid heatrbeats upon awakening? My problem started in February of this year; in the beginning it was happening about 2 times a week, in the past month, it's starting to happen almost everyday. I'm 48 y/o female, 138 lbs., no known health problems, don't smoke or drink, do any drugs and consume NO caffeine.... (5 replies)
... m so scared I don't know what to think.For the last few yrs i'vehad palps and a couple times in the last couple yrs i've been waking up to a racing heart around 200 bpm and had to go to hospital they put stuff in my iv to get it back to normal.After these events my arms and chest get sore and dr says thats normal. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Lylone, You do have to lay not only on your back for 6 hours but you can't move at all not even slightly. Bathroom is not a problem you get a cathetor that takes care of that for you. Around hour 5 I started to get a bit over the top it was really hard to stay still. I made everyone leave by the end of the 4th hour because no one wanted to be in my presence. It's OK... (5 replies)
... I have had SVT episodes for about 20 years and after an ER visit this morning, I am actually considering having the ablation procedure done. I have heard that you have to lay on your back after the procedure for about 6-8 hours for the insertion point on your groin to heal. Is that true? and what happens if you have to use the bathroom? Usually when i have an SVT, I am... (5 replies)
... It could be your meds - most likely as you have only started 3 months ago. Consider your diet as well. Are you using sweetners at all? I mean AT ALL? Aspartame is the worst and as you know is present in a lot of things including diet cola. Magnesium will relax your heart muscles, so I would suggest taking a supplement. Try these tips or else see your doc as it could be the... (5 replies)
... I can get my heart rate over 200 BPM in about 30 seconds. ... (7 replies)
... My mom is in the hospital as I type with tachycardia, (200 bpm) something she has had for years. The cardiologist said her episode was triggered by indigestion so she will be on stronger meds. (4 replies)

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