Dear all, my premature son nearing two years old is diagnosed with heart block from the 24hrs holter scan result, however the doctor is saiding the it is a 2 to 1 and occasionally 3 to 1 sinus block and the result is 'not that bad'.. he said that the pacemaker solution can be put on hold for the mean time but close monitoring and check up again in 3 mths time will still need to be done...
Very grateful if anyone can give any guidances/experiences on this condition...thank you all
You have medical questions can be better served on a forum that have experienced parents with children who have or had medical problems, and I believe you will receive better guidance from the community that can identify with your concerns.
Thanks for question. Take care and I wish your family good helath going forward. Take care,
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