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Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT)

dragonfire101

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Been getting Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT) for some reason the last 6 months. Happened several times. Doctors can't find anything wrong. Can stress alone do this?
 

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Going to provide a story but not advice, as this can be a serious condition. A disclaimer if you will..

I see a patient in the er every few weeks who presents with pvst, she has been having episodes her whole adult life, 20 years. Sometimes she will convert back to sinus rhythm on her own, other times she needs to visit the er and we treat her with Adenosine. The last time I saw her , her episode began when she sneezed.. yes.. a solitary sneeze.
 

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Been getting Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT) for some reason the last 6 months. Happened several times. Doctors can't find anything wrong. Can stress alone do this?
See a different MD. Could be hypersensitive neural transmission. Both my father and I have this though mine has not been formally diagnosed. He ended up needing an ablation to limit the conductivity in the junction. Mine is pretty much non existent when I limit stress and stimulants. Get a second opinion.

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Going to provide a story but not advice, as this can be a serious condition. A disclaimer if you will..

I see a patient in the er every few weeks who presents with pvst, she has been having episodes her whole adult life, 20 years. Sometimes she will convert back to sinus rhythm on her own, other times she needs to visit the er and we treat her with Adenosine. The last time I saw her , her episode began when she sneezed.. yes.. a solitary sneeze.

They gave me ativan and did the Vegal nerve exercises and it went away.
 

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They gave me ativan and did the Vegal nerve exercises and it went away.

That is great for the short term, The question your doctors and you need to be asking is why is this happening.

Find the root cause.

Too many times in medicine we just throw a medication at the problem without ever looking to see what is actually causing the problem.

If your doctor can not find the why find yourself a different doctor.

Best of Luck
 

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I hope they figure out what is wrong. At least you haven't needed to be defibrillated to get it back in rhythm. My father suffers from A Fib and he was defibbed, hasn't acted up since.

With my heart now, mine is going into ventricular fibrillation, they really don't have a fucking clue what is causing it or at least the area of origin. I was told surgery would have a 10% success rate and risk vs reward isn't good enough. They could ablate you though if it gets worse and that would be fairly good prognosis I think. I wish I could get mine ablated and fix it. It sucks not knowing when it will strike, you now know the feeling. I have my trusty defibrillator to bring me back if it does happen though.
 

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