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I received my PM nearly four years ago due to asystole; and while I've definitely had times where I can feel it pacing like crazy, last night, I got home and was feeling fine. I sat down because I suddenly felt flushed and nauseous. I went and laid down, and was sweating profusely for about five minutes; I then cooled back down, and besides the headache afterwards, I felt fine. Has anyone else experienced anything like this before?
I should mention I'm 38.
so i have been posting a lot recently so i do apologise xx
so i have been prescribed the above drug for my irregular heart beat ( i have a leadless pacemaker or the ventricular standstill.. pauses)
im petrified about taking this drug. i've read a lot of articles saying it can be fatal for people, i am slightly concerned . any advice guys?
so ive come here again because it's nice to talk to people that understand what i'm going through.
so as some of you know i have a micra for ventricular standstill....
but my ep gave me absolutely nothing for my afib.
i contacted my eps secretary who said i need to be re referred not helpful and extremely frustrating.
anyway over the past two weeks my afib has been terrible, irregular beats you name it and i...
Greetings! I am a 68 year old male with a thirty year, complicated history of afib, flutter and tachycardia. I had Robotic Maze surgery in 2008 and was med free for four years. I have had two ablations in the past year. September '17 and April '18. Two weeks ago I was admitted to the ER with a heart rate of 170. I was had a cardio version and currently I'm in bradycardia with a pulse below 60 and am on Sotalol 120. I have been prescribed many hea...
Please help with the interpretation of "No atrial pacing during exercise". I understand most of the repport except this phrase. Does this mean that my heart did not pace on it's own during the exercise and I was reliant on the pacemaker's atrial lead?
I have had progressively worse breathlessness and weak legs on exertion. It started in January and I had the pacemaker taken out in April due to blood culture negative endocarditis with a 12mm vegetation...
I have RVDR01 Revo MRI SureScan since 2011 after a 3rd degree AV block.
Currently I am suffering from a severe lack of energy and breathlessness when I walk or do anything more than sit. Is it possible to have another AV block (2nd degree perhaps)?
Early june I took a stress test. they determined that my heart rate was not elevating properly. So they made a change to the defibrillator's settings. My heart rate went to 45 and it was supposed to be maintained at 60. Went back in a few days later and they determined that the leads weren't functioning right. But then a doctor said it was scar tissue in my heart that was causing the leads not to deliver the necessary charge to pace my heart. So they increased the power to the lead. A...
I’m new to this group..I’m from Cali and had valve problem and had valve replacement 3 years ago..from been ok and recently develop afib and now candita for pM according to my doctor/Ep.Anyone had the same problem as mine Pm after valve replacement?im on the process of decision if I need to do Pm feel nervous and low pls help..I’m 39 TIA!
Hi. I was diagnosed with exercise induced second degree heart block 2:1. It’s at the level of the AV Node and not below. It’s not type 1 or type 2 because it’s 2:1. Will it get worse if I don’t get a pacemaker?
I got diagnosed late April and the solution is a dual chamber PM. My doctor has been very patient with me about this. I had started exercising lightly to see if it got better. It did for about a month but when I started to slowly go back...
I had a CRT-P installed two weeks ago. Had to go 4 days without Diebetic medicines. My blood sugar in mornings was 130-150. Now it's 175-200. Same diet,same meds. It did not do this three years ago on first pacemaker. Meds appear not to work now. Anyone have similiar?
I had an ICD implanted 10 days ago. Still sore where there is significant swelling and bruising is going on. I guess I have a couple questions. 1. How long does it take for the swelling and moderate pain go away? 2. I’m on a medication called Amiodaron HDL. I’ve been dizzy since first getting on it. Hard to walk a straight line. I’m down to one pill now from the start of four pills a day. Is this normal and if so when does that go away. I’m ready to Get ‘ ur goin...
Before I begin to whine, this story is my inspiration: https://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/heal-thyself-taking-a-fatal-diagnosis-into-his-own-hands-20141128
In short, A-Fib ablation(s) by the top rated Austin, TX enterprise solved nothing. EP allowed a NSR 125 heart rate to continue untreated for 3+ months until a giant A-Fib event erupted. I chose A-V Node ablation w/pacemaker. Life was much better, BUT...........a cardiomyopathy had begun (left ventr...
so i'm getting myself really worked up.
so i have a micra leadless pacemaker to help with my ventricular standstill but i also suffer from afib. i had my pacemaker fitted 19th june this year and two adjustments to the pacemaker.
last night i had a severe episode of irregular beats... making me feel sick and very dizzy. i rang the arrhythmia nurses about this and they said that they might put me on beta blockers?
i guess i'm getting u...
Curious if anyone here is "lucky" enough to own both a pacemaker and left ventricle assist device.
Any private hospital in Kuwait is having the St. Jude interrogator..?
Please reply urgent...!
On a 6 day Holter, had 3 complete 3rd degree AV blocks, two at 3 secs and one at 5.4 secs, all while asleep. Also subject to SVT's when training -- just back off and they go away. 70 year old male, train every day, but not a maniac -- just maintaining fitness and tone.
No other heart disease. Not on any drugs.
Ventricles did produce escape beats during the pauses.
The Dr. recommends pacemaker for the 3 AV blocks out of half a million beats.&n...
92 years old have pacemaker one year everythung dandy... they suggest stress test ..why
Im having a PM placed for SSS and chronotropic incompetence.
With SSS does your heart rate always stay low? Or are there times it might be at a regular resting rate? I’ve noticed the last few days mine sits in the 50’s and 60’s but that’s regardless of what I do.
I have to wait a month and my problem is, I can’t do anything without being so short of breath, dizzy,chest pain and sometimes near syncope. Anyone with this ever find away t...
My diabetes clinic nurse asked about my pm and I said about the tachies I still get. She was concerned but I said well, theyr'e a nuisance but not life threatening. She said she'd get a doctor to phone me at home later.
Two hours later at home, a doctor phoned and said, "What's this all about then!" Having explained these tachies last from two minutes to twenty since having the pm, she said I shouldn't have to put up with them.
Thinking of what I...
Hello! I am new to the site and have been reading around for a bit. I decided to join because why not?
Hope you are all well! Just had a question. I got my pacemaker 3 weeks ago during AT. I am a reservist in the Marines. From what I have been told, I am getting a medical seperation. I am not sure what to expect from any of it, or what the timeline looks like. Ive accepted it already, I just hate waiting around and want to move on with life. Does anyone here have any experience with mil...