"PVC's at a regular interval (such as every other, every third beat ect) Are not more significant that random PVC's in a structurally sound heart.. If you feel your primary care physician is clueless, ide suggest getting a new one."
Hi,I have an 18 yr old quarter horse that wont gain weight.I got this spring and he was already kinda thin.I feed him grass hay and alflafa and wheat and weight gain feed twice a day.He is also on the pasture all the time.I was wondering if you could help me out.
normal stress with echo,stress test,ekg's,cardiac MRI,echo's.All normal.event monitors holter monitors PVC's and like 2 runs of V-Tach.Everyday I worry about being by a hospital or defibillator,I worry SO much about V-Fibb or SCD,I cant do things I LOVE like go fishing,hunting bc I feel these irregular heartbeats left side chest pains,I think something will happen to me and nobody will be around to help me within the 5 mins they say u have if u need to be shocked back into regular rythm. I have a 5 month old son and want to do the things that he wants to do when he gets older,but I also want to be there for him and not be in danger of SCD.right now I'm so scared of dying of this that I cannot live! please email me and talk to me about this at michael_cook23
Toronto -- getting ready to have the ablation as well. Clocking my SVT @ 249 and now having to use drugs to stop my heart and then ready with paddles, which they have not had to use yet. After the drug stops my heart, it's really weird. I can see but you don't hear anything including your own heat -- and then it starts again. Feels like two feet kicked you in the chest / knowcks the wind out of you. I've had this since I was 14 and have been mis-diagnosed for many years and was afraid to start any drug trial. I have had this happen to me all over the world and I'm afraid that one of these times somone in a third world country is going to do the wrong thing to me !! I'm looking forward to the ablation and it sounds very positive in most of the comments that have been posted. :)
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