I have been experiencing tachycardia, fatigue and weakness after eating. The problem is getting worse.
My heart rate is between 130 and 140 after a meal. I am extremely tired to point of not being able to concentrate, not being able to stand up very long, and I feel like I could pass out. I have been lying down after meal. Heart rate gets back to normal but it can take up to an hour for this to happen. I was on a cardiac monitor for one month and the tachycardia was captured. The cardiologist, heart doc I see, said to take Verapmil for this problem. It has not helped.
I have discussed this problem with my Family Doc also. Neither have said much. I have researched this issue on internet and have not found much. I need advice and help. I do not know where to turn at this point in time.
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