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What do lightheadedness, fatigue, confusion and heart palpitations with sinus bradycardia indicate?

Dec 2016
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I have been told I have sinus bradycardia and am having symptoms of light headedness, fatigue, confusion, heart palpitations, pulse between 40 and 50 for 5 days. Should I go see my doctor or jusr see if it passes. Why would it get worse as I have know of the sinus bradycardia for 5 months?
Tue, 22 May 2018 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Rishu Saxena 40 minutes later
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Yes you should definitely go to Electrophysiology cardiologist.

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Thanks for choosing HealthcareMagic for your query,
Madam you have to visit a electrophysiologist who would conduct electrophysiological studies on you to find the cause of bradycardia.
Result of studies would decide whether to insert a pacemaker in you or not.Most likely you would need a pacemaker.
However it depends wherher problem is in sinoatrial node firing or in nodes and wire transferring impuse into heart.
You should visit and electrophysiologist before things get worse.Heart rate less then 30/min can even be fatal and may cause cardiac arrest.

Hope i was helpul.
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Answered by Dr. Rishu Saxena 18 minutes later
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Welcome and get well soon.

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thank you. will set up an appointment.
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