Hi! I was recently diagnosed with supraventricular tachycardia,it started back in June,but I was just properly diagnosed this month. I am on medication now,but I wonder if it can go away on its own? How many of you who have it,have ever had an ablation or cardio version? If so how did it work? I am hoping and praying it does not come to that,but I want to know other people's experiences. One more question,and this may sound weird,but my arrythmias tend to happen during or shortly after my cycle,could there be any connection? Sorry for to much info. This is new to me and a little scary,so any support is greatly appreciated.
Hello BridgetElena. Aside from researching your question, I cannot say one way or another. (I am not a doctor) However I know that medication on a regular basis although not a cure, will regulate. Hopefully, someone on the site will read your question and beable to offer you a proper answer. Compliments of the season, pledge
Hello BridgeElena, & welcome to the site. I too have this condition due to a reguritation of the mitral valve. I take a beta blocker which seems to help, but it is a weird feeling when your hearts stops, starts & skips it beats. I truly understand. I don't believe this will go away on it's own according to my cardiologist. I will be medicated until I get a true prolapse. Then? Mine comes & goes, & there is no regular rhythm to it. I don't have menus anymore so it isn't that either. Your best info for this is your cardiologist. Listen to him & do as he says. Be proactive about your health, & read all you can find online. I wish you a great new year...
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