I have been getting episodes of SVT regually, I have tried beta blokers but they make me feel so tired when taken everyday so I just have one when I have an episode, my question is to see if anyone has had the operation to get rid of SVT? I am seeing a cardio in a few weeks, I'm guessing they will put me on a holter monitor for 24hrs, but as many of you know SVT is hard to catch, if I don't have an episode during the 24hrs then nothing will be picked up, would it be ok to drink a red bull to get it going? The only problem with this is that if I do, do this it will not stop until I have a beta bloker. Any advice would be muchly appricated x
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