I forgot to add my normal BP is about 110/60 and during my first episode reached 147/100. Second episode it was about 133/80
Sorry to hear that you've had to deal with this. I had a similar experience with adenosine.
Have you been to a followup with a cardiologist yet? I suspect that they will want to run further testing to determine the cause of your SVT. You may be a candidate for an EP study (electrophysiology study) to pinpoint the area responsible for the SVT. Are you on any type of medication now?
Yes, the cardiologist reffered me to a electrophysiologist. Im taking 12.5mg Metoprolol daily.
I havent seen the EP yet, not till friday. But does the large p wave and t wave inversion sound bad?
It's hard for me to really comment on the EKG without actually seeing it. I'm sure that when you see the EP in 2 days, he'll be better able to determine the seriousness of it.
Please keep us posted with results of your appt:)
I will post the EKG as i have scanned it.. I will send you a link.
I feel awful that a guy so young has such weighty things to deal with.
As for the responses - give people some time. But also, keep in mind that except for a select few that post here, none are professionals. If I had to guess, I would bet some might balk at analyzing your EKG because they aren't qualified to do it. I know I'm not.
I hope you can find the answers you're looking for. Best of luck to you.
Thanks.. I was hoping for anyones opionions on the EKG professional or not.