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My pulse rate goes really weird missing beats and then double beat, please help

i have angina, but every now and again my pulse rate goes really weird missing beats and then double beat?
im also waiting for CABG.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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It means That ur heart rhythm is irregular may be only ventricular premature beats or some other arrhythemia.Get ur Dr for an ECG checkup & if the arrhythmia doesnot show in ECG u can get a 24 hrs ECG recording by way of Halter monitor which is a small device & will record all irregualrity when they occuar by this ur Dr can diagnose the type of arrthymia & can prescribe medicine accordingly bcaz anti arrythmic drugs are of different class & function sholdn't take any medicine randomly . Bcaz if ur waiting for CABG that means u have undergone angiography & condition requires immediate attention .These arrthymias r part of angina & poor circulation of coronaries .
Answered: Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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