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Does Anyone Know The Life Expectancy Of Someone Who Was Has Tachycardia
Tachycardia: Tachycardia means rapid heart rate, many things can be associated with this including normal and abnormal states. The patient's diagnosis will suggest the possible life expectancy which could range from normal to markedly decreased if the person's heart is in severely bad shape. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Propranolol safety in 18y/o male with tachycardia & high bld. Press? Life expectancy decreased? Side effects? Toprol (metoprolol) vs propranolol?
This is so common: That I despair of accurate diagnosis. Your heart and BP at 18 are controlled by the limbic system of the brain---a computer that organizes your ability to adapt to environment. Defective oxidative metabolism causes the computer to send out unnecessary signals through the sympathetic nervous system. Commonest cause is vitamin b1 and magnesium deficiency from ingestion of sugar and sweeteners. ...Read more
What is the life expectancy for people with ventricular tachycardia? How serious is ventricular tachycardia, and what kind of treatment is available?
Variable: Vt has a wide spectrum of severity. Some kinds cause no symptoms and are benign and others deteriorate rapidly to ventricular fibrillation and cause death. In the setting of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (your other question), VT is more serious and may require placement of an icd. Icds have been shown to greatly improve prognosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any insurance companies that offer life insurance to someone who has pvcs and tachycardia?
Yes: They will insure you, but maybe your premium will be a little higher. ...Read more
Fast heart rate: Tachycardia simply means fast heart rate. This could be normal/physiologic response. Abnormally elevated heart rates should be evaluated. This may be related to underlying rhythm abnormalities or signs of systemic diseases e.g. Thyroid dysfunction, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many ways: Svt can be very diruptive if it occurs frequently and is symptomatic. Symptoms can include chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, lightheadedness. Some tolerate it well without specific treatment. Others require medications and possibly radiofrequency ablation, which is frequently curative. See your doctor for recommendations. ...Read more
Depends: Ventricular tachycardia in the presence of structural hear disease is at risk of sudden death. However V Tach in a normal heart or without underlying heart disease is benign. It can cause palpitation but the risk of death is low. It often originates in the right side of the heart and can be treated with medicine or cured by ablation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can be treated sinus tachycardia? I was told to take half a pill of nebilet every morning. Do I have to take all life, it is not cureable?
See below: There are two different type of sinus tachycardia. One is inappropriate sinus tachycardia the other reflex mechanism sinus tachycardia. Inappropriate type could be treated with beta blocker or by ep study. Sinus tachycardia related to stress, fever, thyroid disorder etc...Should be treated by treating the underlying cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and I hate the life it has given me.?
Diagnosing and treating your condition is challenging and requires plenty of patience as treatments are sometimes trial and error. You should seek the opinion of a qualified cardiologist or electrophysiologist who will help you with your problem.
Good luck!! ...Read more
I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and I hate the life it has given me. Is there any help out there?
Is it possible to have anxiety disorder and not know it? Have physical symptoms (tachycardia, sleep issues) but am mentally clear, happy, love life.
See below: Have you talked to your primary care doctor? Before diagnosing any mental illness, e.g. Anxiety, depression, physical causes need to be ruled out. I would recommend talking to your primary care doctor first to do a full work up and then, move based on findings. Meanwhile, practice relaxation, stress management, sleep hygiene. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and I hate the life it has given me. Is there any hope to cure this?
POTS: This syndrome can come and go. There are a bunch of steps like salt loading and some drugs used to treat the problem as well as supoort hose nd some exercises. No treatment has been uniformly successful and there is n't long term data on pots. Seeing a doc who specializes in this condition may increase your chances of relief. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does propranolol or toprol (metoprolol) XR shorten life in patients with tachycardia? I'm 18 and on toprol (metoprolol). Doc wants me on propranolol now
Can atrial tachycardia start all of a sudden or have I had it all my life or can someone just develop a fast heart rate I'm f 30 no history of heart?
It can start suddenl: It is unlikely that you had it all your life without a doctor noticing it and without you knowing it. ...Read more
I take atenolol 25mg twice a day for my arrhythmia (tachycardia). Will I have to take it my whole life?
? cause: Unless you know the cause of your arrhythmia (such as excess caffeine, overactive thyroid, etc.)and the cause was corrected, you are subjected to the possibilities of sudden appearances of the arrhythmia and accordingly you would want to stay on preventative medication indefinitely. Your cardiologist is best qualified to answer your question, however. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does the anti arrhythmic Sotalol prolong life in patients with ventricular tachycardia with no known structure heart disease?
No: It may lower mortality consider Ep studit ...Read more
If someone has post orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and hr raises by only 30 when standing, if they did a lot of exercise, could they bring it down?
There are a lot of interacting factors here: i'd recommend/agree with "lots" of exercise
including weight lifting/speed swimming. But also, eliminate caffeine, sweets, refined foods and get as close to gluten free/whole and unprocessed foods vegan (90 % will do) as you can. If overweight, slim down to trim. Metformin & bystolic (nebivolol) may helps + reduce whatever other meds you can. Www. Thepmc. Org. ...Read more
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