Need for rate response
Is there a electrophysiologist cardiologist out there who can explain to me why my heart decided to not pick up as it used to and therefore the rate response had to be turned on? Had the dual lead PM implanted in Feb. 2017, and this was done a few months ago. I asked what this meant and was told, "it means it is a good thing you have a pacemaker." All that has done is create anxiety on my part that is causing me to seek some counseling on accepting the situation. But I still would like to know the "why" about this. Anyone?
You know you're wired when...
The dogs invisible fence prevents you from leaving the backyard.
I'm 35 and got my pacemaker a little over a year ago. It definitely is not a burden to me. In fact, I have more energy (which my husband enjoys), can do more things with my kids and have weight because of having the energy.