"You can do what I did. I had my cardiologist give me a stress test. He administered the test, and kept pushing me until I punched out totally drained, and drenched in sweat. This set my mind at ease that I could safely hit my personal..."
"You should do fone, Brad. I had mine fixed nearing 60. Do this... do a search on "Jannie411". She is a mamber who wrote some great journals on the procedure, and I think it will be useful for you. Recovery time varies, but expect a f..."
"In 2013, the FDA recommended that physicians and other health care professionals consider the risk of torsades de pointes and other fatal heart rhythms associated with azithromycin use when considering treatment options for patients who ..."
"A couple of classic symptoms of SVT:
It starts and ends abruptly, within a beat. It doesn't ramp up or ramp down slowly. That said, when you drop out of SVT, either spontaneously or by Valsalva intervention, the NSR may come down sl..."
"25mg. of Metoprolol Succinate is very low, and usually has minimal effects on the average person. I've been on 75mg for 5 years, and had been as high as 200mg. Prior to my ablation. I was just asking because high doses can really slow..."
"Just so you're aware, the first cardiac ablation was performed in 1981, but didn't come a regular procedure until the 1990's. So at the most, your cardiologist or electrophysiologist may have 25 years with the procedure, and most likel..."
"I had literally thousands of episodes over a span of 54 years; a lifetime of SVT. I realized early on that when the first hundred or so didn't kill me, the next one probably wouldn't either. But they are stressful; every one of them. ..."
"The fact that you had a possible episode of SVT makes you most likely prone to another. Like Michelle said in her post, should you have another, don't panic. There are methods that can be employed to convert the episode. The act of ben..."
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