Had a cardiac ablation two weeks ago and now my heart ratee is going from 50 to as high as 130 Could that mean a pacemaker Getting an even monitor?

Great question! Since you've already had an ablation, you already have an expert at your disposal to help answer this question - the same doctor who did your procedure. He or she needs to know your symptoms in order to obtain any additional testing, which may well be an event monitor. Call today!

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I have had psvt's with heart rate over 250 twice, but I have had cardiac ablation 4 yrs ago. What does this mean?

Repeat ablation? Sometimes svt's require more than one ablation to cure them. Alternatively you could be having a different type of arrhythmia. I recommend getting back in with your ep for a full evaluation. Read more...
A few possibilities. It is possible that your procedure was initially successful, but that the result has not been sufficiently durable. This occurs, generally, less than 10% of the time but is possible. Another possibility is that you have developed a new arrhythmia other than the one for which you are originally treated. A consultation with an electrophysiologist is advised. Read more...