my wife is 24 and has a problem several times with a rapid heart rate at times up to153 at rest and several times it happens the moment she wakes up who should we see about this and what test would you recomend. She has been to the dr. 4 times and all they will do is a ekg tell her she is ok and go home
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better you meet a cardiologist and get total cardiac check up
24 hours monitoring with halters may be helpful
the paroxysmal tacchycardia may be due to anxiety and apprehension also ,ther may be some cardiac causes also
proper diagnosis will help treating
she is not anaemic
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