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... those are arrythmias that are somewhat self described. The PVC is where the ventricle is excited out of correct rhythm and causes a sort of skipped beat followed by a harder beat. ... (15 replies)
... n I get a proper thump in my chest, followed by an instant dizzy spell, a wooshing buzzing in my ears, and then rapid succession of pulpitations...the time frame for the whole experience is probably 30 seconds to 1 minute and then I feel completely fatigued for the rest of the day or night. ... (19 replies)
Please help me
Oct 14, 2007
... d me rushed off to ER. He thought from what he saw on my EKG that I had experienced a heart attack. The doctors in the ER ran my blood, did xray and monitored me for a while and sent me home saying my heart checked out fine. ... (2 replies)

... I was diagnosed with wpw. I had his bundle ablation and on the next day they still able to induce svt. ... (38 replies)
... R, tachycardias going on for DAYS, and several painful cardioversions. ... (38 replies)
... had a similar experience. experienced PSVT for years with no dx. One doc told me to just cut out the occasional soda i would drink. finally got a dx of psvt after calling 911. ... (38 replies)
... Goodness, you don't need a pacemaker for PVCs. PVCs are harmless unless you have tens of thousands of them per day. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks guys. Well if I want an ECG I have to go to emergency and wait for a few hours to get in. If the GP sends me to the lab they only do a 10 second run and that may not catch any activity. ... (3 replies)
... my cardio and ep are actually pretty worried about my getting pregnant bc my recent holter revealed over 15,000 pvcs in that 24 hr period. they are afraid of pvc induced cardiomyothapy. i am seeing an apparent "guru" of electrophysiology in july and the plan is for him to do an ablation. ... (23 replies)
... When you had your stress test and the "episode" started within 8 minutes, did they have you continue with the test or did they stop and do something about it? I don't know if I could pass a stress test or not because I've always had shortness of breath when I walk up a hill or run hard. My last echo showed I have MVP and I also have bad panic attacks and anxiety. I wore a... (11 replies)
Pvc troubles
Apr 10, 2007
... thanks for responding. it's helpful to hear other peoples troubles. ... (9 replies)
... s. i'm 100 percent sure i never had a pvc before the ablation....honestly i wouldnt let anyone i cared about go through with an ablation i think there is still so much more to learn about the procedure. ... (6 replies)
PVC Questions
Mar 8, 2007
... I have pac's pvc's in the middle of the night also. I have been diagnosed with AVNRT and am scheduled for an ablation next Thursday. I have had all of the tests, treadmill, 2 echos, 2 ekg's, 2 event monitors and bloodwork. ... (18 replies)
... Hi, I have been diagnosed with PVC's and PSVT. I am awaiting surgery for a cardiac ablation or pace maker to resolve. ... (0 replies)
... j getter i was 21 my first time in a-fib i was a bodybuilder the first time a had mine.i comepeted for 6 years after,im 33 now and still in good shape 5'9 205 lbs 9% body fat.i have had a-fib 4 times shocked back into sinus 2 times and the other times it stoped while at the er.i still have pvc's almost daily,but i can feel them and the a-fib i can tell the diff between a-fib... (15 replies)
... I haven't read one success story. I can go for a long time iwthout Pvc. But most of the time I have a fe a day. During bad times, ... REALLY BAD TIMES, I have 10 per minute. ... (15 replies)
Pvc's an a-fib
Nov 30, 2006
... Since your bouts are relatively infrequent, although no less scary, I doubt that they will want to go the next route which is an ablation procedure. But if things get worse, that might be your answer. ... (29 replies)
... Hi guys! Thanks so much for your inputs. I am doing much better today. My anxiety got the better of me last night. ... (8 replies)
... rgotten how to beat the right way. You are on the right track, just keep working with your cardiologist and they will find the most effective medication and dose for you. ... (8 replies)
... look at the results, and say, "so what, this is a normal result". haha. Xanax is slowly helping, but I know with my anxiety it will take some long term therapy for me. ... (17 replies)




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