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The term "very rare" just means that they are very seldom.
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Assuming you have a healthy circulatory system, I think I'd look at changes in your auditory pathway. Reading this b...
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Monica, I would contact your electrophysiologist and express your concerns to him or her. If they know ahead of tim...
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I too was in that small minority where the electrophysiologist was able to move the catheter thru overlap of unsealed...
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My granddaughter's New Jersey epileptologist has suggested CBD oil as a promising treatment. He said that it legal a...
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My granddaughter's epileptologist has suggested that a service dog might be good for her. Does anyone on the forum h...
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I had a type of AVRT closely related to WPW for over 50 years, and I can honestly say that I never experienced the ty...
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Jumpiness following the procedure is very normal, and can last for months. But the duration of the event is usually ...
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I wouldn't let the word "paroxysmal" shake you up. It's just a term used for sudden, abrupt episodes, which is typic...
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You should talk to your physician about getting a 30 day monitor and try to capture these events so they can be prope...
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