50 yr old female. Have had food poisoning twice in past 20 years and both times experienced vomiting. Subsequent to the vomiting, my heart rate has become extremely irregular and has shot up t0 230 beats per minute. Rhythm is irregular (skipping),...
I m a 43 year-old male who enjoys and has for several years lifting weights as a hobby and looking good. Just recently i was diagnosed with atrialfibrillation. Do i have to stop lifting weights now ...
I am in Afib. I had a sucessfull cardioversion 6 days ago. Today I reverted back to Afib. Cardiologist is out of office until Tuesday. Does anyone know if this is common (reversion)? Will they try cardioversion again? Am I stuck with this?
This is the second time it has happened to me and I was wondering how common it is. Yes, I do have a history of heart disease, and I do see a Dr. about it, but I always forget to ask this question. I am 28, the first time I was 20......I DO NOT...
AtrialFibrillation what is it? I went to the ER last week with a racing heart doc said my EKG was fine.? Someone told me I may be in atrialfibrillation. My heart did feel funny but was in a regular ...
What is AtrialFibrillation? What are the causes? Treatment?
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It is a chaotic (totally irregular) rhythm – originating from the upper chambers of the heart
Several causes involving nerves, muscle of the heart may cause ..
Treatment – Aim for normal rhythm / if not feasible, control the rate…
Can atrialfibrilation that lasts less than a minute cause strokes?
Hi i read your query and would like to say that this may happen if you have repetitive atrialfibrillation (that come and go) when you aren't taking warfarin.
How long does atrialfibrilation need to last to be at risk of stroke?
Hi, the Atrialfibrillation should last more than forty eight hours, to increase the risk of stroke.
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