normal stress with echo,stress test,ekg's,cardiac MRI,echo's.All normal.event monitors holter monitors PVC's and like 2 runs of V-Tach.Everyday I worry about being by a hospital or defibillator,I worry SO much about V-Fibb or SCD,I cant do things I LOVE like go fishing,hunting bc I feel these irregular heartbeats left side chest pains,I think something will happen to me and nobody will be around to help me within the 5 mins they say u have if u need to be shocked back into regular rythm. I have a 5 month old son and want to do the things that he wants to do when he gets older,but I also want to be there for him and not be in danger of SCD.right now I'm so scared of dying of this that I cannot live! please email me and talk to me about this at michael_cook23
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi stevie, I was just on the pediatric cardiology board and someone was asking about Long Q-T and I was wondering if you wouldn't mind jumping over there to help them? thanks!
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