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Done ablation, have pacemaker. Pacemaker working when it does not need to. Do I need to ask more questions?

i have had an ablation and now have a pacemaker as my ablation damaged my heart further and caused my heart to beat slow. My pacemaker stops my heart dropping low but not fast. My heart is still getting to 180 beats in rest, sleep for example and my pacemaker is functioning at 2.8 and not 8 as it did, My pacemaker is working when it does not need to. Do i need to ask more questions?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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its unfortunate that after ablation your heart got damaged and you need to under go pace maker implantation ,
once you underwent pace maker , you should do regular check up of pace maker function ,
at present i can advice you that first to call pace maker company and get pace maker check up
and after that if your problem persist then you need to consult your cardiologist / electrophysiologist
take care
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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