I had a pacemaker placed 5 weeks ago for sick sinus syndrome. I am back to normal activity, but I am worried that my sensor is pacing too slowly because the rate has not gone above 110 when I am exercising, and today I had symptoms post-exercise that I had pre-pacemaker (lightheaded and shaky legs). I do not understand how the sensor works and maybe the symptoms are normal for a 70 year old woman exercising too much. However, I thought maybe they could adjust my sensor so my hr will go to 120 or so. Anybody understand this stuff?
You know you're wired when...
You get your device tuned-up for hot dates.
Your hearts electrical system has a manmade helper. A helper that only knows to do what it is programmed to do and will perform that function day in and day out, without fail. Now, go enjoy your new grip on life.