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Is WPW syndrome considered to be a type of heart disease ?

Is WPW syndrome considered to be a type of heart disease? I have this medication that says don t take if you have heart disease. I have wpw syndrome, which is a sort of irregular heartbeat, nothing serious. Can i take the medication? Thank you for your answers... I know what wpw syndrome is, after all i m the one that has it. The question is, Is it a type of heart disease or not? If you re answer is to consult a doctor, then don t answer. I want to know if it s considered to be a type of heart disease. yes or no. Thank you very much.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Yes it is. It is listed under the heart disease health center in and in the glossary of terms for heart disease. Click these links for proof. and the next link is: No, you can't take the medication wihout consulting your physician. (don't know name of med, so you need to consult physician about that or pharmacist)
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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