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... feel like for you? ... (7 replies)
Nov 27, 2014
... I am sure that the Holter Moniter will show nothing but some PVC and PAC and maybe SVT if you had the episode while on holter. They are all benign and pose not danger whatsoever for a normally structured heart. ... (6 replies)
... Probably PAC's or PVC's, had those for years as many others have. I'm 52. Some people have this stuff all day long. ... (2 replies)

... My SVT is also a nightmare in my life. I have anxiety from it, whichever came first though, who knows. I take Lexapro for the anxiety and Propanalol for the SVT. I also have the pvc's and pac's come and go and when I get them, it creates more anxiety. I'm not bad enough for an ablation my Dr. ... (9 replies)
EP Study Fear
Apr 6, 2008
... an out patient procedure. My study took 5 hours. I had a few small areas ablated. Unfortunately it didn't help me. I might have another study done. I was sudated for the procedure and don't remember the actual process. The doctor said I was able to communicate with them. Kind of a twilight sedation. But you won't remember it. ... (13 replies)
... I have been dealing with pvc's for about 17years. It looks like you might have SVTs which is supra ventricular tachycardia. There are treaments for these conditions. One of them being ablation. If it means anything to you PVCs are harmless according to every specialist I have seen. Best of luck to you. ... (9 replies)
... as far back as 1997...ten years ago. It has only this year become so frequent as to make me short of breath at times. It has become a regular occurrence for my heart to "skip a beat" or something similar every minute or two. ... (0 replies)
... hello. i used to have svt which means supra ventricular tachycardia where my heart would speed up to 210 bpm for hours and hours. my cardio put me on a beta blocker and a calcium channel blocker and none of these worked so i went to see an electrophysiologist. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you for all your input! Most people do not think of the children. My children go in Sept. to start testing. ... (11 replies)
... I have been suffering from PVC's, PAC's, flutter, etc.. for a few years. I have had most of the normal tests done. Echo, Stress, event recorder, tilt table, etc..All are normal overall. ... (1 replies)
... My DH had ablation therapy about a month ago. They got 2 out of the 3 arrythmias. He no longer has his atrial flutter, but still throws PVC's. ... (3 replies)
PAC's Question
Jan 25, 2005
... i had atrial fib and had ablation about 8 months ago. dr thought all was ok. now i get pacs. ... (5 replies)
... in seconds. It seemed to take forever to go away. I had numerous tests including holter monitors. one monitor I had for a month called the king of hearts. They did see that my rate would rise pretty rapidly and how it would try to convert back on its own for a long period of time. ... (3 replies)
... I still get episodes, but they are so infrequent now, about once a month, that I'm not concerned. If they get bad again, I'll probably consider going back for another try with a different doctor. Really don't like the idea of having multiple scars on the interior of my heart, regardless of how small they are. ... (6 replies)
... a study done with the cath lab, no ablation as they did not find the point of problems. ... (60 replies)
... after just walking a mile! I was so panicked. For the rest of the day I could not move and had it not been for my pacemaker pacing me at a minimum 45 bpm I think my heart rate would have easily been in the low 30's. ... (10 replies)
... mg tablet of Atenolol every day. I still suffer from them but only a few times a day and when it does happen I go into complete panic mode!! For you guys that experience them a lot more, I truly feel for you. How do you cope? ... (15 replies)
... Think of PSVT as a temporary short circuit in the electrical system of your heart. you basically have an extra electrical signal bouncing around that for lack of a better way of describing it, is causing a double heart rate. this can be caused by a lot of things. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Enie, Thanks for replying. My dr does tell me about the dangers and he hates doing the caths on me because of the dangers. ... (15 replies)
... Hi all! I am a 44yr old post meno female with pvc's and had an ablation 1994 for SVT. I was given Paxil 5mg for prevention of migraines which I have been taking for just about a month. ... (6 replies)

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