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... Have any of your doctors dicussed treating your tachycardia with medicine? ... (3 replies)
... demand secondary to exercise, emotional stress, CHF, hypertension, tachycardia, sepsis, etc., can lead to a worsening of symptoms. Ischemia can occur in patients with normal coronary arteries in the setting of LV hypertrophy, aortic stenosis or insufficiency, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, coronary vasospasm, or cocaine abuse. ... (1 replies)
... Before I continue, here is some more about my overall condition. I am generally in v. good health. I am 5' 6" and weigh 116 lbs. I do not smoke, or drink alcohol or consume caffeine in any form. ... (3 replies)

... alcohol, illegal drugs like meth, crack etc and last but NOT least, atenolol and other beta blockers, ace inhibitors, and calcium channel blockers. ... (3 replies)
... iimproves, with time and treatment by the BB. ... (8 replies)
... I have ventricular tachycardia where my heart rate jumps to 300 bpm, but it is usually caused by many things and alcohol seems to be the biggest trigger. ... (4 replies)
... hose meds..those are serious medications. As for the heart rhythm going back to normal, it may take time..it's similar to what happens to people who stop taking beta blockers.. Funny how doctors will blow off symptoms, but they hear one simple pvc or pac on exam, and they get concerned.... ... (2 replies)
... node "relay station" that lead to rapid firing of electrical impulses from the atrium which bypass the AV node under certain conditions. These conditions include alcohol excess, stress, caffeine, overactive thyroid or excessive thyroid hormone intake, and certain drugs. ... (3 replies)
... are present. Sometimes atrial fibrillation is caused by other conditions such as an overactive thyroid or excessive alcohol use. Sometimes it is associated with cardiac conditions such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, or valvular heart disease. ... (6 replies)
... Fib tends to be a 'senior' issue often resolved with inexpensive meds like beta blockers, etc. ... (5 replies)
Sick of PVCs
Jun 22, 2015
... Thanks for your response, I think I know my triggers too, caffeine, sugar, lack of sleep and a big trigger for me is alcohol of any kind. I've been on a beta blocker since my early 20s I have suffered from high blood pressure also. ... (7 replies)
Lots of pac's
Nov 1, 2010
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Lots of pac's
Nov 1, 2010
... Now that they've ruled out blockage, my cardiologist is comfortable saying that there is no chance of something bad happening, so I'm getting off the beta blocker that I was on. ... (4 replies)
... I have to stoically go through each day with people not knowing how I am feeling, because I "look fine! ... (19 replies)
... Some really interesting points have been brought up in this thread. Its a FACT that in some people, beta blockers will actually make an irregular heartbeat WORSE. So that could be what is going on with the OP. ... (17 replies)
... Here's how my premature beats feel like......I get a feeling of a pause beat with a thump or a strong beat after the pause... ... (26 replies)
... Since my life threatening episode, they sent me home with the LifeVest which is an external defibrillator. I went through a whole bunch of tests, from heart cath's to MRI's. ... (5 replies)
... cured forever. I'm almost 52 and let me tell you this will get much worse with age. It progressively gets worse. Benign...no way. Not if you have to take beta blockers, go to the ER for adenosine. Don't kid yourself, heart medicine is not safe. ... (16 replies)
Prolonged ectopics
Mar 18, 2010
... At 34 I got pregnant. 2 months in I had them constantly so went to ER. My potassium, sodium and magnesium were on the low side. We dealt with it and they went away for a while. ... (1 replies)
... they had to shock me to get me back into normal sinus rhythm. They also put my on beta blockers and I began taking some more magnesium. My potassium runs a bit low also but they told me just to eat more bananas and not to take a potassium supplement. ... (11 replies)


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