No. There are proposed beneficial effects of omega 3 fatty acids (fish oil) for the heart, but treatment of svt is not one of these. There is some data to support that the heart might recover the pumping function of the upper chambers more quickly if omega 3 fatty acids are given following resolution of atrial fibrillation.
No. No it doesn't, can help with high triglycerides though.
Svt. Fix oil doesn't fix svt.
No. 28 years old with SVT. Fish oil on the latest published clinical trials on some kind of SVT called atrial fibrillation showed no efficacy in reducing arrhythmia.
Svt. Not that we know of experts in that field.
No. Any observed beneficial effect would be coincidence.
No. Does not treat SVT.
What to do if I have SVT and was wondering if anyone knows if taking omega 3's fish oil will help with the episodes or make them less severe?
No. Fish oil has no benefit for this issue.
UNLIKELY. Millions of people take purified omega 3 fish oil with no adverse effects on heart rhythm. It's not likely that you would have such a reaction while taking them.
Anectdotal. There has been some anecdotal experiences of people getting arrhythmias on fish oils/omega 3's, but the majority of people who take the omega 3's never experience an arrhythmia. If you ever feel you get an abnormal heart rhythm/beat from anything you ingest, you should avoid the substance and tell your dr. Best wishes.