Thank you for asking on HCM!
Regarding your concern about arrhythmia
, I would like to explain that you need to perform a longer ECG study, than just a resting ECG. I recommend you to perform an ambulatory 24 to 48 hours ECG monitoring, in order to clarify your arrhythmia issue. You need also a cardiac ultrasound
to study your heart structure. All the above mentioned tests, coupled with a careful cardiology physical examination would bring tos a more objective conclusion regarding your arrhythmia nature, its imposed risks and appropriate treatment options.
Facing your actual situation (no insurance), I would like to advice to be careful with your actual therapy, especially celexa
), as it has a potential to interfere with your heart rhythm (prolong QT segment), predisposing sometimes to arrhythmia.
Hope to have been helpful to you. Greetings! Dr. Iliri.