Unlikely but. You should have regular cardiology follow up and follow all recommended precautions.
Not super likely. Long qt syndrome (lqts) is a congenital heart defect that may result in syncope and lead to sudden cardiac death, which usually occurs in otherwise healthy young individuals. Lqts is thought to cause about 4000 deaths in the United States each year. The chance of someone dying from this is approximately 6% by the age of 40 years. (from medscape's emedicine).
Long qt. Depends on the type of genetic defect you have and several other factors such as the degree of QT lengthening on your ECG.
It can. Long qt is one of the most common causes of "sudden death" especially in the young. Caution is needed though; just because an ekg says "long qt" doesn't mean you have the dangerous (and genetic) "long qt syndrome." a competent electrophysiologist and potentially genetic testing are needed here.
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Sudden death... Romano-ward, without congenital deafness and jervell-lange-nielsen, with deafness. Both refer to a delay in the repolarization time of the cardiac cycle, when there is a "vulnerable" period. The time between the q wave and the t wave. A premature beat, which are common, in this period can cause deadly arrhythmias, like torsades de pointes. Tdp occurs when heart rate increases, consult cardiolog.
Effect of meds. Several psychoactive medications can cause long QT syndrome. The significance of this is that this can be related to a dangerous irregular heart rhythm called "torsade de pointes", a polymorphic ventricular tachycardia.
They are different. Long qt syndrome usually doesn't have symptoms. If you have chest pain, palpitations or especially if you faint, see your regular doctor first. If you're ok then see a psychiatrist as palpitations and chest pressure can be symptoms of panic. But heart health always comes first.
See MD. Prolonged qt is a rare, but very serious medical disorder. Symptoms can be dizziness, lightheadedness and passing out. Anxiety symptoms can be similar, but increased heart rate, sweating, shortness of breath, etc. Anyone having symptoms like these should see their doctor for a full evaluation.
AICD. Type 5 lqt is due to decrease function of the potassium channel involved in the generation of the slow potassium current. It is uncommon present in 1% of the total cases of lqt. This involve mutation of the protein called mink in the beta subunit of the potassium channel there is no treatment other than a cardiodefibriilator.