you need to consult a cardiologist. now a days electrophysiological studies which maps the conduction system of the heart is possible in all metro cities. if on that study if they find out an aberrant pathway then a RFA will give permanent cure.
i met doctor for same problem...supraventriclura tachycardia ....after going through amny tests he said nothing to worry ..it occurs in normal people also..but we should me careful. not to take too much of stress..and strain.and he said this will be a problem only when associated with other heart diseases..and asked to stop smoking,alchohol,and coffee and ergular exerscise...
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