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... I posted an earlier thread about this... I'm looking for someone who has info on Tachy-Brady (Brady-tachy?) Syndrome. Oh, I'm 37 (was 28 when all this started), active, non-smoker, healthy. I've been tested for possible thyroid probs and will get results this week. When I was pregnant with my son 9 years ago I began having these episodes. From out of nowhere (almost always... (6 replies)
... I have brady, tachy and fib. I'm interesting about your thyroid prob. Do you get palpitations during your sleep or resting on bed? Do your palpitataion last day by day? Please keep us posting. Some drs think that I've a thyroid prob too. Brady and tachy also call "sick sinus syndrome". Did Dr give you a pacemaker for that? Pika. (6 replies)
... Hi Jules, The "P" wave is the electrical output that specifically activates both the left and right heart's upper chambers. Following the p wave is the "QRS" wave (spike) for the left and right ventricle electrical impulses for activation and represents duration as well. A short P wave or P to Q interval could indicate there is an abnormal or extra pathway or pathways... (6 replies)

... Hi Pika! :wave: I'm going to my cardiologist in April. I'm hoping they'll set me back up with a monitor again in hopes of catching my events. I have a friend who's a nurse in a heart cath lab and she's the one who suggested possible Tachy-Brady to me. When I spoke to the nurse at the cardio's office, she said that it's possibly a thyroid connection and not truly a... (6 replies)
... Hi I have a pacemaker for tachy/brady syndrome I got it in Dec of 2005 ,I have not had any problems since then , You do not feel the pacemaker working depending on where they put it mine is on my left side upper chest and i can feel it in there but it does not bother me in anyway .It should help alot with your SOB and fatigue if you have that, basically it will keep your... (5 replies)
... Normally, sick sinus syndrome can help by fitted a pacemaker. Medicine doesn't work well with that. ... (6 replies)
... Your bradycardia (low heart rate at baseline) is likely due to either the Atenolol or possible episodes of second degree heart block, since you have 1st degree block known. This will show up on your 30 day event monitor if it is happening. Of interest though is your baseline low blood pressure of 90/70. You may be experiencing orthostatic hypotension (when you stand up) with a... (16 replies)
... brady syndrome that involves both too slow and too fast heart rates episodically. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Pika! Well, just got back from the endo. I'm slightly hyperT but not enough to medicate. OH! I don't think I can go on much longer feeling like this! I'll have follow up blood work in 6 months. Plus, he wants me to have bloodwork, including a complete metabolic panel done the next time I'm feeling really bad again. He wants to try and capture what my body is doing at... (6 replies)
... Thanks, Kenkeith, for the info. I'm waiting to hear back from my cardiologist's office. My assumption is I'll be given a monitor again. As much as I hate it, I hope I can have a repeat episode of the nearly fainting so they can "see" what's going on. (6 replies)
... Which ones, flinch? The ones in my post or in Pika's? SVT stands for Supraventricular Tachycardia. You probably know this one already. It's a relatively harmless tachycardia that can be a symptom of WPW, but can also occur in people without WPW. LBBB means Left Bundle Branch Block. It's occurs in people with heart disease, or after certain heart surgeries. Brady... (18 replies)
... ECG would appear a "P" wave, also calls "delta" wave. Some wpw wouldn't show this wave on the ECG. Get the holter or go to ER let them catch one. I think not all the wpw would feel a rapid heart rate. Before my "His Bundle Ablation", yes I had a lot of palpitations. After the ablation, I wouldn't feel any palpitations. Cardio said I still have my wpw pattern. Now he... (18 replies)
... I have had a single chamber pacemaker since 1994. I have my second one installed last November. The only problem I have had, is with a stinging sensation every now and then on the upper right hand corner of the pacer. I am careful when using jumper cables, and other applicance where I could get a shock. It is my understanding that anything that could clear the computer... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone, I was just curious to know if anyone on this board has a pacemaker...SVT, tachy/brady syndrome, has had any SA node modification ablations done,etc? Just looking for some things in common. I hope that everyone has a wonderful NEW YEAR and take care of your ticker. Sincerely, Heather (7 replies)
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Feb 9, 2008
... Sounds like you need a holter monitor ( records your electrical activity). A scan will only see the structure of the heart and will not monitor the heart beat itself. Could be Sick Sinus Syndrome ("brady-tachy arrythmia). (1 replies)
... a 4 second pause on holter is significant. your family history of heart attacks really isnt related. Look at your heart as 2 systems plumbing and electrical a heart attack is a problem with the plumbing an arrythmia is a problem with the electrical. sick sinus syndrome or "brady tachy" is an electrical problem, where the heart races ( 133 is high) and then pauses for... (1 replies)
... I may be maker a bigger deal out of this than I should. When I was pregnant with my son 9 years ago I began having these episodes. From out of nowhere (almost always while resting), my heart felt like it stopped (actually felt like someone slammed a book on it) then it felt like it was racing to "catch back up". I know it sounds weird.... Anyway, it continued periodically... (14 replies)
... Hubby has bradycardia, but recently developed a fast heart rate at times going up to 140bpm. The doctor mentioned Sick Synus Syndrome. He did an ekg in the office, but wants to send him to get an Echo and a heart monitor. This sounds serious. The dr. said it is tachy-brady. That doen't sound good to me. Hubby also has syncope with the bradycardia and has had it for the past... (1 replies)

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