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What to do if I have s.v.t disease and episodes everyday. will I be able to go back to work or am I disabled?
SVT: SVT generally stands for Supra Ventricular Tachycardia, which is a very rapid heart rate that spontaneously starts and stops. The associated symptoms with this can vary from unnoticed to breathlessness, severe dizziness, chest pain, & sometimes passing out spells. Often, this can be cured with an ablation procedure, or managed with medications. Usually no need for disability. See cardiologist. ...Read more
Type of anesthesia?: Type of surgery? Type of work you do? These collectively dictate a patient's ability to return to work. Your surgeon will give you these guidelines - he/she will know best based on your occupation, the surgery performed, and the anesthesia utilized. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Usually: Often can return to work in less than a week, no heavy lifting work for a couple weeks or until released by your surgeon. ...Read more
Yes if cleared: If you are medically cleared, you should try to return to work or school as a return to normalcy is important in any recovery from a serious illness. ...Read more
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