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For the first time, last year I experienced SVT. The first episode lasted for about 5 hours, and the second attack lasted for 7 hours. Both times I was admitted to Hospital. I am interested to find out how long these attacks can last.? I believe that I read of someone having an attack which lasted for many weeks. Any comments would be appreciated. Does anyone suffer SVT only after alcohol? I don't drink a lot, but I've found I only get symptoms about 5 hours after drinking alcohol.
No other time! About a year ago I asked my doctor to diagnose the episodes I had been having most of my life. These episodes that made me feel detached, listless, dizzy and sometimes short of breath, would last for 10 or 20 minutes or sometimes two hours. The doctors, I had previously presented to, could find nothing wrong with the lungs or heart. I was once sent to specialist who thought it might be a type of migraine. Anyhow my doctor thought it might be atria palpitations of the heart so I asked him if the next time I was in town, and had an episode, could I come in to see him.
Not as serious as Atria Tachycardia. There are techniques on how to reset the heart back to normal. I found the best way was to just lie down on the carpet for 10 minutes or so. It was a relief to actually know what the condition was at long last. I could live with it, or so I thought. There were times when I couldn't reset it and it would last longer and made me feel completely debilitated.
Not wanting to go through the ablation surgery or have a pacemaker fitted, not having any faith in these proceduresbeing a Christian I decided I should pray about it and leave it at that. With a busy life and everything happening, farmati - The Black Shit - The Black Shit that the family had arrived from England and living with us, I had forgotten about that prayer time.
That was six months ago, and, praise God, I haven't had another episode. I drink the occasional glass of wine with my meal and drink coffee and tea every day. I sometimes get the flutter in my 'solar plexus' area, that previously would indicate to me that an SVT episode was about to start, but now it just stops. The only cures I have seen offered are ablation, dietry, drinking lots of water and taking a supplement of potassium.
I didn't try any of these. I haven't read of any 'spontaneous healing's for SVT, such as Tu No Te Imaginas - Ana Gabriel - Vivencias, have you?
So I do believe that God can heal you. It just takes honest fervent prayer. I'm Feeling generally weak, if I push through and do things regardless, eg walking up stairs, I end up shaking and get palpitations. Depending on how much I've done Dont You Leave - Tee-Set - The Best Of Tee-Set can last for days and I end up in bed. I've cut out doing so many things that basically all my heart has to do is keep me alive, I worry about if it deteriorates further, what's going to happen?
If I get a day where I feel stronger I will take full advantage and do as much as possible. I haven't had an actual episode for years but can feel one trying to override the meds sometimes. I was diagnosed with SVT years back and have had 2 ablation ops with no success. Too near my AV node. Exercise is the main catalyst for an episode with myself rapid heart,sweating,have to stop, feel faint but have the odd flutter and increased heart rate at any time.
However i have stopped drinking Caffeine and what a difference. I have not had any episodes whilst out running for about 3 months now used to be every other run and have confidence in entering 10k runs and completing them without having to stop. I am going to start playing squash again and really test out my hypothesis.
Also, i am not noticing my heart jumping or bouncing during the day now. Just wanted to share this with others as stopping caffeine as really benefited me. I check all labels on soft drinks and obviously no coffee or tea. Hi, my eleven year old son has been diagnosed with SVT. He has had one attack, over a month ago, that lasted over an hour and resulted in a trip to the ER. We were referred to a cardiologist who recommends ablation. I'm a 25 year old female who has recently moved to Singapore with her partner.
I began attending a specialist in Glasgow in after minor palpitations that would always disappear on their own or with a forced cough. The longest lasted 10 minutes.
They never caused me too much concern and after lots of tests and ECG monitors, which returned nothing, I put it at the back of my mind.
My Dr. Last Sunday morning I woke out of my sleep at with a severe attack. Nothing would stop it at home. I had no caffeine or alcohol that night and made sure that I rested well. Again, I was kept in for observation for the rest of the day before being sent home with Verapamil, to be taken as and when required. The following day I was tired, extremely anxious and now afraid to be on my own or fall asleep but I had no palpitations.
I followed my no caffeine and no alcohol diet hoping for the best but by Wednesday evening, after leaning over, another attack presented itself. I have an appointment with a specialist here in Singapore on the Thursday the 22nd and it can't come quick enough, this whole thing has flipped my world and has put everything on hold. Even with a supportive partner, not having my family here has been an upsetting experience.
I'm terrified of the risks but don't want to have to take medication for the rest of my life either. Should I wait or could I be making my condition worse? I have had the 24 hour ecg and waiting for results and on lowest dose of beta blockers. However I am eager to start work but do get breathless and feel my heart rating whenever I move really.
Doctors have advised me to not go to work as "if I have an episode while driving to work or at work what am I going to do? I work in retail and I know that I'm standing up all day constantly on the move so it will be making my heart race. I am worried about my health and work but if tests do come back that I defo have svt will I be like this for life not able to work in a physical job like retail?
Or on tablets all my life? We're you told you couldn't work due to it or how do you work with it? Go to your doctor or pharmacist and obtain a Winters Defeat - Good Lovelies* - Winters Calling syringe.
When you suffer an attack loosen the plunger in the syringe Tachycardia RC1 - Various - Core Meltdown (You Cant Escape The New World) moving it up and down the barrel several times. Put your lips to the spout at the end of the syringe and, blowing as hard as you can blow the plunger fully to Tachycardia RC1 - Various - Core Meltdown (You Cant Escape The New World) end of the barrel.
If your eyes do not pop out you will find that your heart rate has returned to normal. Now I use it successfully with every attack. I am 24 years old now and have had SVT since I was 7.
Normally my attacks are very infrequent Tachycardia RC1 - Various - Core Meltdown (You Cant Escape The New World) I can go months without an attack. Each attack only lass around 5 - 20 mins. However today alone I have now had 3 attacks.
Two of them being at work. I have been to the GP in the past 12 months who referred me back to the hospital however because I wasn't having an attack at the time, the ECG came back fine and I feel as though I waste their time, however the pain and the increasing frequency of the attacks are now worrying me. I have stopped drinking energy drinks and high caffeinated drinks such as coffee, and have stopped smoking as these were thought to be potential triggers.
As you all know, SVT can strike at any time. Do you all get attacks when asleep too? Its horrible. I feel so drained now. Sorry for complaining, I do feel bad on all you who are severe suffers and I am whining about a few attacks a day. I had my first attack 10 years ago and then had them every couple of years.
Tachycardia RC1 - Various - Core Meltdown (You Cant Escape The New World) seeing a heart specialist for 8 years and having every kind of test - nothing was diagnosed and I was discharged.
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A week later I had another severe one - again through the night, actually at exactly the same time Chinese Title - The Stylers - Our Songs again was taken to hospital where I was given the injection.
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I have had 5 attacks in the last 6 days, 2 only a few minutes, 1 lasting 15 minutes, another lasting 45 and finally had to go to hospital again as I had it nearly 3 hours - they doubled my betablockers.
I also have low blood pressure and the second time I called the ambulance they couldn't even get my bp. All of my attacks seem to occur through the night or when I am relaxed. As I live on my own I am now scared to go to sleep. When I lie on my left side the way I always go to sleep - I feel the blips and know it is going to start again, so I am trying to sleep on my back or right hand side.
I was diagnosed with SVT from an early age, and spent most of my childhood going to and from appointments at the children's hospital. Eventually, after many many episodes and of increasing length! I was suitable for an ablation.
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