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Should I go to the ER?

Hi I am 19 and have had 2 ablations  in the past year and a half. The first time they couldn't reach the right spot in the heart, and had to try again six months later , and got the spot that was causing problems. The surgeon who performed the ablation said it might take a few times to make it go away. It is now a year later and all my old symptoms are back in full force. I am currently on a 2 week heart monitor and I feel like carp all the time. I know the hospital locally will be unable to help me, but at this point I don't know what to do. Any ideas?

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159619 tn?1538184537
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When in doubt, go. You know your body and if the symptoms are worrisome you should be safe and get checked out.  
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I can see why you feel like crap but just to be on the safe side, and since you are asking the question, you probably would be wise to go.
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