'Your Pacemaker is Working Normally'
Many people on this forum receive the message that their pacemaker is working normally when they report symptoms and unexpected rhythms. This can be really frustrating as we are often unable to provide a reasoned argument in response which ensures that our concerns are default in certain circumstances.
This article explains some of the things which may be happening and which may be worth discussing with your techs if you cannot get to the bottom of symptoms when you are told that ‘your pacemaker is working normally’ e.g. it is doing what it has been programmed to do.
The article is (unfortunately) technical, but may be a conversation starter if you are concerned and unable to get your point across other than to refer to a part of this article which resonates with you.
The references at the bottom of the article may also be useful. Note: Some of these references are quite old (I spotted one from 2005) so be aware that they may not be up to date.
You know you're wired when...
Your old device becomes a paper weight for your desk.
A lot of people are and live normal lives with no problems whatsoever.