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Sometimes PVCs, sinus Tachycardia. Holter monitor and ekg. Doctor thinks dehydration and blood volume issues from enalapril. Other causes?

There are several. potential diagnoses that could explain sinus tachycardia (autonomic dysfunction, inappropriate sinus tachycardia, medication effects, anxiety, dehydration, etc.) We all have occasional PVCs. You live near a University health care facility so make an appointment with a cardiologist there for a second opinion. Read more...

Tachycardia when eat or stand. Echo, ct angio, ecg, holter, stres test all normal. Mild reflux and acid, dr say appropriate sinus tachycardia. What is this?

Sinus tachycardia. "Sinus" means normal - your tachycardia arises from a normal area of your heart and conducts thru your heart normally. Your tests confirm that you do not have heart disease. If you're bothered by your heart rate, a betablocker (medication) can slow your heart to treat your symptoms, but if you're not bothered other than when you measure your HR, no treatment is necessary. Read more...

After Sinus Tachycardia ECGwas fine Cardiologist "Cardio perspective You are in an excellent condition"SVE found on Holter. NoAfib is Afib easy 2 find?

A FIB. is generally easy to diagnose when it is sustained...PAROXYSMAL A FIB is a litt.e harder to find but Holter study generally shows this condition as well. I think you should be pleased by your Cardiologist's conclusion! Hope this is helpful! DR Z. Read more...