Hello! I’m new to this and looking for people with common diagnoses’s. I think my current biggest mystery is I had WPW and have had 2 ablations but still have activity induced SVT. I just had another failed ablation because they couldn’t induce the SVT while I was asleep but they see it on the monitor when I’m awake and moving around. All my accessory pathways from the WPW are gone from the previous ablations so I’m kind of wondering if other people have had issues with SVT even after ablations. Other active issues right now is I was hospitalized for a PE in February, respiratory failure and severe bradycardia in April and after my failed ablation they coincidentally found a brain aneurysm. So those are all active issues. Along with PTSD and other mental health stuff. TIA!
hi I'm Allison. iv been dealing with svt for a long time and have a pacemaker
I’ve recently been diagnosed with SVT, after months of what was assumed to be panic disorder (which I knew it wasn’t). I suddenly will have episodes of 200BPM (just laying down watching videos), sometimes my heart rate as I’m walking around my house will be around 120-140. It’s the worst in the morning when I wake up. All have started after having COVID in January. I’m trying to find my triggers - so far appears to be bending over and weight training. I was prescribed metoprolol but I am so nervous to take it. I’m hoping to hear from people with similar experiences, and what has helped them mentally/physically!
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Anxiety (Including GAD)