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... Thislilpigg33 takes metoprolol at 25mg twice a day, and it seems to be helping to quiet down her heart. Perhaps it might be good for you to take 25mg as recommended by your doctor. Hopefully it won't tire you too much. ... (5 replies)
... hat said, I can't speak to this particular drug but would have no qualms about trying a generic in the US. I know of one drug my husband needed to use brand name as the generic was not as effective but that was an outlier. Other than that we both use generics without problem. ... (1 replies)
... Are they as effective? ... (1 replies)

... I developed a kind of palpitation called Premature Ventrical Contractions (PVCs) when I was at a fitness highpoint. I was about 50 years old and a lifelong athlete who always included running as cross-training and at the time was running about 20 miles a week. The PVCs continued to occur daily for about 14 years, completely unresponsive to any change in anything. EXCEPT,... (9 replies)
... I recently had an echo cardiogram due to a fainting episode. The test came back as "normal" but I noticed a note at the bottom that said "Left Ventricular systolic function appears low normal. ... (0 replies)
Pvcs anyone?
Dec 24, 2017
... I have completely cut out caffeine as it does aggravate from time to time. I am under tremendous stress as I am a charge nurse and as such am constantly under pressure. ... (4 replies)
Pvcs anyone?
Dec 23, 2017
... Sounds the same as I have. Gets so life controlling.... ... (4 replies)
Svt
Dec 18, 2017
... One thing that helps me quite a bit is my diet. Since my heart doesn't function as well as it should, I eat seven small, low calorie, low glycemic meals. ... (3 replies)
Svt
Dec 17, 2017
... Anyways yes I have done a holter and it showed SVT random EKG at doc office showed wide QRS complex as well. I have had an echo which showed mitral valve prolapse. ... (3 replies)
... Doctors in the U.S. are trained like mechanics. Just fix the organ showing a problem. The human body works as a integrated unit. In other words many things could cause heart issues. ... (2 replies)
... get home from work, you REST for awhile. Talk this over with your family and explain what is going on and what you need to do. That won't last forever, but even as we age, we need to alter our routine. Be aware of what you feel and what is going on with you and be considerate of your own needs. ... (3 replies)
... I have recently had a triple bypass and I go ballistic at the drop of a hat as well as getting very emotional over things that before would'nt have bothered me. ... (3 replies)
Echo explanation
Nov 25, 2017
... m kinda new and just wondering is anyone could pleas explain to me a few things on my echo test, as my cardiologist just said good and yep left it at that. ... (0 replies)
... imes it would come on randomly and other times it would come on while exercising or if I was stressed. Because I suffer with anxiety I always put it down to that as o know anxiety can cause chest pain. ... (2 replies)
... We talked him round to saying how much this would improve his life etc as obviously it's major heart surgery and he wasn't to keen. ... (0 replies)
... Autoimmune problems, such as allergies and asthma, can cause excess adrenal hormones, which in turn can cause higher heart rate and higher blood pressure, among other uncomfortable problems. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the information. Should I focus as much on the ventricular fraction? ... (2 replies)
... It's difficult to say but lifestyle and hard changes can play a very big roll, as long as you keep your svt managed you'll have no problems but my husband at one point hiding some of the svt symptoms and missed doses from me and then he waited till it was almost to late to tell me about it but thankfully we got it under control, we have a very demanding lifestyle and stress... (4 replies)
... I tried diltiazem and it seemd relieving as well.I already had atenolol and propranolol for high BP. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your situation and my husband unfortunately has svt also and stress can trigger the attack of svt but it's also important to take your medication prescribed by your doctor and not to miss any dose and my husband has missed doses and he ended up in the emergency room plus he has this thing for red bull and taking that also increased the svt attack as well so... (4 replies)


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