Hi i am a 33 years old male was diagnosed with tachycardia supraventricularis in 01,but hade an ablation done in 06,and was ok until recently,i hade some fast heart beat was in ER 2 times and they just send me home with you are ok.But right now my puls is 110 reasting heart and when i get up walking it goes up to 145-155 i have stoped smoking about a month ago no cofein no alcohol and the heart rate was for 5 hors and going,feel like i am heaving migrena 3 days now .I wonder wat can this be?
At age 33 a HR of 155 when moving around as well as 110 when at rest isn't likely to do any damage, but, I think you these symptoms are severe enough see your doctor. I have read many times that ablations sometimes have to be repeated to effect the "final" cure. I do not know that is your case, but I think you should check it out with your doctor.
I was diagnosed w/SVT 3 years ago. I would end up in the ER with a heart rate of 215 but would restart my heart with adenocin.I quit smoking also 3 years ago as well. I go to an arrithymia specialist and you might want to go to one as well. I was put on Lopressor to slow my heart rate down and honestly i like how the medication works, no side effects. I've had my heart ablated twice and now has since had a pacemaker and and had my AV node ablated. But you should always check with your doctor for further advice. Good luck
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