Since wearing a monitor, I have become more aware of my episodes (how long they last, how severe, what symptoms I am exhibiting, etc) and have been keeping better track of them as well. However, I do not know how to take a pulse. I know how to find my pulse and can tell when it is faster than it should be or when it is off beat, but I do not know how to mea...
thanks for this thread, i will be scheduling my ablation in a month or so. it is good to be prepared for what may happen afterward. i would have probably been freaking out if that was happening to me post surgery and i wasn't aware of it.
The first year of dosage changes for me was by far the best and worst. I was so happy to have finally found the issue and to have started to feel myself coming back, but it was up and down the whole way. The new dose won't take full effect for a few months, which is why they usually wait two months before testing again. Don't worry about dosage c...
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