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... today, for Cross country, but the physician won't clear me until the Cardiologist clears me, which he can't!!! My mom called him and said that if I don't take my beta blockers for a week, I won't get cleared to run! ... (19 replies)
... I've been on beta blockers for many years now. I've started and stopped them many times. The longer that I was taking a beta blocker, the more difficult it was to slowly wean myself off of them. ... (19 replies)
... I heard Beta blockers lower your heart rate EVEN MORE, so would it be safe? ... (19 replies)

... That's the problem with beta blockers. They lower heart rate even when you want it to beat faster as when exercising. ... (1 replies)
... I've seen some relief from them---but they're still there, just not as noticeable. I'm afraid that if I get a BAD spell---one where I feel really light-headed and dizzy, that it could happen behind the wheel of my truck or something. I've never fainted, but what if I do?? That's what scares me. (6 replies)
... I should say one can absolutely get SVT episodes on beta blockers. Beta blockers didn't even touch my son's SVT, not in the slightest. ... (6 replies)
... Can you still get symptoms even once you're taking beta blockers? ... (6 replies)
... And baby is great at 21 months now. If you had SVT during pregnancy it could deprive your baby of oxygen which can do damage. ... (4 replies)
... My husband who has Asthma was told that he cannot take any beta blockers and he has to settle with a calcium blocker. All of the doctors that we have seen over the years has warned him never to take a beta blocker. ... (8 replies)
... they skipped it. I also had a pacer implanted 6mo later for bradycardia. I hate having a pacer this young but it did fix the problem. Now I still have lots of SVT runs and PVC's. I realize they are not dangerous themselves but they come with chest pain, make me sick and dizzy and it's just very uncomfortable. ... (1 replies)
Dec 18, 2017
... I would think that there might be other alternatives considered before you have your heart permanently scarred via an ablation. At least be sure you understand all the risks and possible benefits. In my case, I've got severely enlarged right and left atria; and persistant Afib. I also have very healthy levels of blood pressure so I do not want my blood pressure to go any... (3 replies)
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)
Post ablation SVT
Feb 24, 2017
... seconds, are above 300 beats a minute and are usually only brought on by exercise. I was taking beta blockers that barely controlled it, then last week had an ablation that they said was difficult. ... (0 replies)
... The doctor that told me about the SVT was a cardiologist. Today I went to a different cardiologist, who is apparently one of the best in the dc metro area and he did not agree. ... (7 replies)
... First of all, SVT can usually be treated successfully with medication, either beta blockers or calcium channel blockers. This is very common and although the episodes are quite scary, they usually stop on their own without any harm. ... (7 replies)
... In general, SVT's are not dangerous unless they last a long time, or cause one to pass out, like while driving! But your rate during SVT is quite high. You mentioned 2 things that make me think postural hypotension may be your trigger. ... (19 replies)
... It's only 25mg, and the other cardiologist (who I told about my low 40 HR) is on vacation, so another cardiologist saw my EKG during a SVT episode with my event monitor (and hours before the monitoring was to end!). I run just fine, I mean we did some pretty hard speedwork this morning for XC practice and didn't have any problems. When I'm not having an episode,... (19 replies)
... Given that resting heart rate, I think a beta blocker for you is bordering on malpractice. Call your doctor and tell him this information...maybe he wasn't listening the first time. ... (19 replies)
... Yes, I used to have SVT but am on a beta blocker for it now which is working well. ... (2 replies)
... c's when lying down. this started happening after my last tachacardia episode which happened a couple of months ago. i did notice that you said you were taking a beta blocker and i'm wondering if you're episodes of waking suddenly in one of your recent posts is due to the beta blockers. ... (13 replies)

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