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History of tachycardia. Pregnant, have palpitation and fast heart rate. Have vitamin D deficiency and gallbladder stones

hi! i am a 32 years woman & have been experiencing really weird things lately... it started in june last year when i had a tachycardia after having my lunch, i couldn t understand what was happening to me & when rushed to the hospital i was feeling much better but then also my heart rate was 140... Dr. said that it was an anxiety attack as i had my exams after 3 days... i experienced similar symptoms after this episode & became insomanic... i used to feel scared for no reason... i got myself checked up again & the cardiologist came to the conclusion that i had an episode of psvt ... Now I am 5 months pregnant & i keep experiencing palpitation & fast heart rate, especially after taking heavy meals... i often have sleepless nights & feel the same fear at times... I am also vitamin D deficient & have stones in my galbladder too... please help me to get rid of all my diseases ....
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Hi Deepshika,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

PSVT - it is possible to cure in most - by ablation of accessory pathways;, but you have to wait till delivery. Now, while pregnant, you will benefit from beta-blockers - fairly safe and has been in use since decades.

Gall stones - the gall bladder can be removed, after delivery. You can wait, unless there is a dire emergency like obstruction. Many antispasmodics are safe in pregnancy and may be used for pain.

Deficiency of Vitamin D has no immediate consequences and can be easily tackled. There is wide choice - injection, tablet, even oral sprays... Ask your GP

So, ignore these for the time being, unless symptomatic.
The baby is the one that demands attention this time, all the time...

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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