Cardiologists orders me to stop lisonpril while I have abnormal heart beats? Help

Well. Lisinopril does not help with the rate control. I would ask what does the cardiologist want to put you on. Have a good discussion with him so you fully understand what you are taking and why .

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Cardiologist says I have an electrical endurance problem. Is it safe to take prednison with irregular heart beat?

Endurance. Not sure what you've translated into electrical endurance problem. In general Prednisone doesn't cause rhythm problems but you should discuss your problem and therapy with your drs. To be clear on what they say is going on. Read more...

I get irregular heart beats many times in a day for the past 3 months. My cardiologist has prescribed cordarone (amiodarone) 100mg once a day. Symptoms still persist?

Need more info. It is necessary to know what your heart rhythm is. If you have fibrillation, it sounds as if you are going in and out of that rhythm. You need to have an event or holter monitor, to see what is going on and so your medicine can be adjusted. Read more...
Talk to your MD. Make an appointment to talk to your cardiologist. Tell him/her that you are still having symptoms despite the medication. It may need to be adjusted or change to a different med. Read more...

Cardiologist says I have premature irregular beats but I know the monitor didn't catch the really fast twitching heart beats. What are those?

PAC, PVC. A momentary feeling of a skipped beat is usually actually an early beat from the upper chambers (premature atrial), or lower chamber (premature ventricular). If it last longer than a single heart beat, it may represent a tachycardia. A longer duration heart monitor, such as an event recorder may be needed to actually catch it. Ask your cardiologist if this is necessary. Read more...

Can caffeine kill someone with irregular heart beat? My cardiologists says a cup can't hurt but I'm scared. I miss it. It's been over two years.

Caffeine. Caffeine can be a rhythm irritant. In general a single cup of coffee isn't enough to cause a problem. There could be an individual with an unusual increased sensitivity however. Why not drink decaffeinated coffee, it tastes much the same and has almost no caffeine. Read more...

I went to my doctor office and she refer me to a cardiologist for irregular heart beat what does this mean?

It means .... Your doctor cares for you.Symptoms of "irregular heart beat"/palpitation/flutter are commonly encountered in clinical practice and may be benign. Your doctor will perform an ECG as a way of trying to determine what may be causing your symptoms. Your doctor may not feel comfortable with the findings on the ECG and will then ask a cardiologist's help in deciding what it is or isn't. Read more...

Today an EKG detected an irregular heart beat - and arrhythmia. What may I expect when I see a cardiologist?

A professional. Opinion. Your test will be reviewed and option presented. Medication or ablation and avoidance of stimulants, further testing could be offered. Read more...
That depends! There are arrythmias that are common and not serious - and arrythmias that are dangerous. A lot depends on your age and overall medical condition. Your cardiologist may do an echocardiogram - a soundwave test to look at your heart "squeeze" and valve function. They may do a "stress test" to see how well your heart works when you exercise. In the meantime, call if you have symptoms! Read more...
Arrhythmia . It depends what they found on ekg. Arrhythmia can be very variable. Depending upon what kind of arrhythmia, you may need nothing or further treatment. Read more...