I was hoping to hear from other women who have been through a pregnancy after being diagnosed with NSVT. I'm getting older and have always put this off because I was worried how my heart would react, but after a non-inducible EP study a few weeks ago, my EP doc said to go for it. Anyone care to share their experience and help guide me through this new chapter in my life? I'm not pregnant yet, but after my follow-up on 11/2 I plan to have my IUD removed.
I know I have talked with you on the other blog. I have NSVT. I was actually on a heart monitor at the time I found out I was pregnant 8 years ago. Actually my PVCs and all heart symptoms were almost completely gone after about the 2nd month of pregnancy. I had a great pregnancy and C section delivery with no heart problems. Good luck with your hopeful upcoming pregnancy.
I just found out i am pregnant and I also was just diagnosed with NSVT. Im scared to death! Anything you can tell me to make me feel better? What did you feel when you got the NSVT and how often? Thanks!
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