Pacemaker Interference when driving Suzuki Grand Vitara
Has anyone ever experienced pacemaker interference when driving the Suzuki Grand Vitara?
At home, on exertion, I would sweat badly, become exhausted and breathless. Angina.
Prior to pacemaker, I suffered syncope, my pulse kept falling below 30bpm.
So it was set to 60bpm.
Cardiology unlocked something to allow my heart rate to increase thus providing increased oxygenation to limbs etc.
As soo as I turn the engine on, my pacemaker goes haywire causing flutters in my lower neck and around the heart leading to breathlessness, agitation, exhaustion, angina, aple and sweating.
I thought I was dying.
I then have to lie down and sleep to recover.
Apart from not using the vehicle, is there any advice how I can solve the solution.
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