PM Location & Having it Re-Located
I am new to the group and 6 wks to the day of having my Bost Scientific PM implanted. I am a nationally-ranked masters swimmer and have been out of the water this entire time + a week or so pre-implant as I was wearing a heart monitor and then had one implanted to better monitor my rhythm.
I feel the placement of the PM is too close to my left shoulder and am concerned that it will interfere with the free movement of my arm in the various swimming strokes.
Not necessarily specific to swimming, but has anyone had an issue with the PM being located too close to their shoulder/armpit and having to have it moved (in this case to the right)? If so, do they have to replace the electrodes as well, or is there slack in them to accommodate a degree of re-location of the PM?
Any experiences will be welcomed.
Thanks - RogerK
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