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... called radiofrequency catheter ablation. ... (14 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)
... d Verapamil and there was no change to the extra beats. A lot of my symptoms have been buzzing in my ears, dizziness, fatigue and the generalized focusing on the PVC more than any other issue in life, which as you all now is explained as losing our "quality" of life. ... (2 replies)

... Also im 23 and im having one for my PVC's, im a little worried but i hear its fast and easy. ... (3 replies)
... sudden I have gotten them bad. Like every day, multiple times a day. I get lots of skips, sometimes big thumping skips where it almost feels like my heart stops for a split second and jumps out of my chest, and sometimes I just get lots of flutters. ... (5 replies)
... I was SO relieved to see your post February Girl. I had catheter ablation in 1997, which did cure my WPW. ... (6 replies)
... Just info for anyone...I know I was looking for any and all info when I was having bad probs. ... (1 replies)
... Radio Frequency Ablation is exactly what you are talking about. Heres my story about it.. ... (21 replies)
... mother that, unfortunately, the same thing happened again. Apparently, on both attempts, I had an extra beat about 10 seconds into the procedure that jarred the catheter out of position. ... (6 replies)
... Hey there Broncosfan, hang in there. Ablation is a complex procedure and the area you describe is a difficult area to reach. ... (1 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)

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