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... abnormal ecg. At the time I was there to see my doc for pvc's and psvt. We discussed ablation but he never mentioned that abnormal ekg. I did some research and from what I gathered that is a pretty serious thing. Would anyone know why my Card. ... (1 replies)
... yet apprehensive. Not good for an athlete. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a 40 year old female who has dealt with palpitations and set my whole life. I had a successful catheter ablation back in 1999. I have always hado a run of pvcs from time to time, but this time for about 6 months or so, they are constant. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... yea for the post again, i sometimes just cant see how someone who was so active got this, but never the less it dont bother me anymore. ... (11 replies)
... RFA should go for it, I did. ... (20 replies)
... ible experience where my heart went totally bonkers.....jumping into my throat and feeling beats in my back and down my side. This really really bad spell lasted for only an hour but like I said the extra bad PVCs went on for a week or more. ... (2 replies)
Pvc troubles
Apr 10, 2007
... thanks for responding. it's helpful to hear other peoples troubles. ... (9 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)
... 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)
... was absolutely worth it. I've since met with the doctor many times, we've kept in touch, and he has told me that I was one of two that were the toughest. Thus, for so much risks, a great deal of good came out of it. I had so much fear going into it. ... (11 replies)
Do PVC'S ????
Aug 14, 2005
... GEE, i hope i did not give a member the wrong answer by saying "my cardiologist sayd not to worry about my pacs. they don't do anything for them". i have had two albations for fib and flutter. ... (11 replies)
... is very strange for a normal heart.... have you been under a tremendous amount of stress lately? ... (6 replies)
... dominant. There was no angiographic evidence for CAD. ... (0 replies)
... PAC problems. I don't have PVC runs, doubles, triples, etc. etc. anymore but now I just get maybe a dozen to 25 or 30 of what I would guess are PACs now throughout the day. ... (5 replies)
Worsening pc's
Apr 10, 2002
... It' s a procedure used widely for other arrythmias, you are sedated in a cath lab, a catheter is guided through your groin, and into the femoral vein while you are monitored.. ... (5 replies)
... day that they consider ablation since it might result in cardiomyopathy. ... (7 replies)




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