Posted By amy on May 08, 1999 at 21:38:10
I have afib and flutter and am planning on getting pregnant. I was thoroughly checked out by my cardiologist who switched me from tenormin to lanoxin which he said I can safely take. I was curious how my arrythmia will respond to pregnancy -- am I likely to become more symptomatic?
Posted By becky on May 17, 1999 at 13:35:17
i am 5 monthes pregnant and have supposebly nothing wrong with my heart and i am having palpations like crazy and they are very scarry.i am 27 ,5'4 weighed 120 when i got pregnant but i have severe anxiety and got pregnant on extreme accident.i have had my heart checked on several occasions and they say anxitety.i go to a cardio thurs for reaasurance on my palpatations.
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