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Palpitation reduced after doing Ablation. Heart rate becoming fast on drinking. Is it normal?

Hi -This Year In APril I Had An Eblation Done After Suffering from an SVT! Getting the eblation done was probally the best decision of my life - I Had less Palpitations , No More Worrying Etc. Obviously I had check ups recently and there all coming back as normal thank god.! however , on a Night out when im drinking my heart rate is very fast -and then when i wake up in the morning it is very rapid - Is this normal? also today , i got up fast and felt dizzy and got a quick rythym - Seeing as i had problems with my heart before i am constantly worrying about it. Please help
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Hi , Welcome to HCM ,
Svt cause by some accessory pathway in heart normal circuit and in ablation doctor will detect that extra pathway and ablate it so heart will have only normal circuit but many times more than one pathway may be there and may cause problem even after ablation ,
if heart rate is fast in morning and becoming fast after drinking then it should be evaluated further ,
stay relax ,
take proper rest ,
do not drink ,
stay away from smoking
think positive ,
consult your cardiologist and follow his advice
take care
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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