"I don't know much about the issue but believe it is easier to correct, is the most common type of vt so chances are good they can correct it with the ablation. VT that sustains and doesn't convert back is dangerous and can lead to cardi..."
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Hi Michelle I's very much appreciate your input on my situation, I'v had panic attacks for around 3 - 5 yrs when I was a teenager and then they disappeared. recently I'v had one at the presence of a Dr whos heard me complain of palpitations. I'm an athlete and exercise regularly although I'v noticed a lot that I cant perform cardio exercises like normal people do due to shortness of breath even while eating. So Dr recommended visiting a cardiologist and so I did. it turns out I have 1600 PVCs, Dr told me that in 24 hours I'v pressed the holter button 29 times and that I need a stress test to fully evaluate my issue as the echo didn't show anything.
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Hello Maam, I have PVC as said by doctor and also a sudden need to gasp for air. Today while exercising I felt my heart pounding. This sensation started after I joined a gym. Is there any help you can offer to me? Please
Hi ma'am Michelle. Pls. Help me. I've been suffering from palps since November after I ate a big meal I lay down. Then boom! The whole night I was in bed palps never stop is like a thud.but when I sit or stand it subsided a bit. I suffer depression too. Since my father died. Now I'm working away from home. And palps every night is constant. But wen I sit its gone. I am the one whose helping my mama alone. My echo. Xray ECG came back normal. I have no money for holter monitor. I don't have any pain. Or other symptoms. Just palps wen I lay down. Do I have to quit my job? And be home for the rest of my life? Thnk u. I'll be waiting for ur response. Ma'am. Have a good day.
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