A 39-year-old female asked:
What is my next move? shall i take her to a cardiologist for a second opinion? my 14 yr old daughter who has had asthma has been suffering from heart palpitations shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pains and fatigued for weeks.she has been off the as
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Pediatrics 21 years experience
If : If you are still concerned about your daughter, then you should definitely see a specialist. It sounds as though her doctor has been pretty thorough with the testing he/she has ordered, but if your daughter is still symptomatic, it is worth looking farther for answers. Call your child's doctor and ask for a specialist recommendation. Good luck!
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Pediatric Cardiology 22 years experience
Yes: Palpitations are often nothing but teen years are when we see a spike in the diagnosis of svt. Her asthma medicines will speed her heart rate anyway which might explain all, but they could help trigger svt. A 24 holter monitor would really help if she is having palpitations on a daily basis. Yes see a pediatric cardiologist.
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Last updated Oct 3, 2016
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