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Repeated spells of shortness of breath with fainting. Tests showed bradycardia, mild regurgitation in heart valve. Suggestive treatment?

i have been having alot of shortness of breath and have fainted a few times, i had a ecg and show bradycardia . and my echo showed mild regurgitation in all my heart valve except the aorta . doctor put me on a 24 hour holter and it showed 30% of my heart beats were bradycardia as low as 40 during the day, and 6% tachycardia with ran about 149 at night and some during day. It also showed i had some supraventricular and about 600 pvc in a 24 hour period should i worry, since i have been feeling like crap. please send some info
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM
I am jr. to a cardiologist and read your mail in detail. You have shortness of breath, episodes of Faints and Bradycardia on Holter, so their is strong indication of PPI (Pacemaker Implantation) in you. You have Chronotropic Insufficiency, in which PPI is the Choice of treatment. Rest consult your cardiologist and take medication till you decide for the surgery (PPI).
Best Wishes
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Bhatia
Health Care Magic
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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