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Supraventricular tachycardia Group

Symptoms of Supreventricular Tachycardia also know as SVT can come on suddenly and can go away without treatment. Episodes of SVT are caused for a reason other than stress, exercise or emotion. They can last a few minutes or as long as 1 or 2 days, sometimes continuing until treated. The rapid beating of the heart during SVT can make the heart a less effective pump so that the cardiac output is decreased and the blood pressure drops. The following symptoms are typical with a rapid pulse of 150–251 beats per minute: Pounding chest Shortness of breath Chest pain Rapid breathing Dizziness Loss of consciousness (in serious cases) Numbness of various body parts If you have SVT this group is for you.
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Long story short. I was diagonsed in 2008 with svt. I have had about 5 what i call "strong" episodes. Each time it has regulated by me do...
I am a 36 year old female and was diagnosed with SVT almost two months ago. I have felt my heart race many times since early adulthood. T...
i was wondering if it is risky to become pregnant with SVT ?
Hey guys if you have any questions about SVT, ablation or anything related to SVT you can send me a message :) (I've had SVT since I ...
I have svt and I was wondering if it is safe to exercise while u may be having a episode.I have recently been trying to get in shape.Its ...
Dear Group, I was wondering how many of you have had ablations for your SVT? Of those that have, would you consider your ablation succes...
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