... different), and my resting pulse rate last year was 44 BPM, now it is 37 or 38 BPM. How low does it go before I'll need treatment? 67, runner, good health AFib, which will be treated next mo.no symptoms like fainting
21 Oct 2009
Treatment for bradycardia depends on its underlying cause, whether it is causing symptoms, and whether it is likely to get worse. After your doctor knows the exact cause of your slow heart rate, he or she will determine which treatment you need.
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