Not sure I understand this
Greetings to all. So here's a weird thing. I got the surprising info at a clinic appointment last January that I had complete heart block and needed a PM. In my infancy on the subject, I actually thought "oh, that's cool, level 3, good thing it's not level 1, that would be worse". Lol--like I said, my infancy.
Since then, I've made my peace with it all, and know it's part of my reality. Seems like I've had it forever.
At an appointment with the technician/EP staff last month, to discuss adjustments for palpitations (I was paced 100%), the technician saw my heart block wasn't complete. Did an EKG to confirm her findings. So the settings were changed to "support when needed". I was so confused by it all, I really didn't have the list of prepared questions I usually am armed with.
My question to you all--I assumed that the heart block road was a one-way street. How could I possibly show up as not 100% blocked when, during the last 2 evaluations, it was? No, I don't think I'm being cured but was wondering about this curious happening.
Thanks to all of you experienced folks helping the newbies and to new folks--the idea really does get easier to accept. Hang in there.