I usually do not participate at forums, but I've found your posts helpful
to my condition that has been diagnosed as PSVT so I would like to share my experience in return, maybe someone will find it usefull.
More then a month ago I (female, 41) had the first PSVT episode with a heart rate of 216 bpm, that lasted for several hours (slow response to verapamil/beta-blockers administrated IV). Afterwards I had somewhat disturbed heart rhythm with several extrasystoles per day. I should mention that before 'the episode' I did not feel my heart as other healthy people don't, nor I have an uderlying heart disease.
That was an absolutely horrifying experience that I did not want to repeat,
so I've performed EP study/catheter ablation. AVNRT was diagnosed and eliminated with the 'slow pathway' RF ablation. (All was done in Zurich, Switzerland).
The only thing I should say is that 'I don't feel my heart' again.
Please do not get me wrongly, I am not advocating for the intervention, it is a decision to be made personally, I just would like to give support to people who are trying to cope with the diagnose of PSVT, as some of your posts did for me.
The aim is, in my opinion to get back to control of your life, either you need or need not RF ablation for that.
I wish you all success.
P.S. However, very important issue is that well experienced electrophysiologists are performing the intervention. Forgot to add, the procedure itself is not terrible at all.