Venting

RBBailey

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When I was running this last fall, I was doing 8 minute cross country miles for up to 6 miles with heart rate about 130. Initial recovery was about 3-5 minutes, and I'd feel fully recovered in a few hours. So.... having trouble getting up a single flight of stairs is not normal.
 

RBBailey

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Welp. In hospital again. Had to call paramedics this time. Racing that would not go away for over five minutes and left me dizzy and with skipping beats.

Getting out of bed I lose so much body heat that I go into uncontrollable shivers, and have to wrap up for 20 minute or so before I feel normal.

So my referral to cardiology is done, but this time I specifically asked to be referred for electrophysiology.

Now just to see if I can get back to sleep before being so tired triggers it again.....
 

JimC

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Did they check for spline wear on the output shaft of the transmission? Might have to pull the inspection cover to do so.

Hang in there man.
 

craigd

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I am not a Doctor and not sure if this has anything to do with what you are experiencing. I was reading through the Abbott Labs Annual Report and they had a short blurb on their Confirm RX Insertable Cardiac Monitor which is reported to be the worlds first smartphone compatible ICM. Using Bluetooth connectivity and an app on a smartphone, the Confirm RX system provides real time access to patient data, letting physicians remotely identify even the most difficult to detect cardiac arrhythmias.

They also have the EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system designed to aid in the rapid diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias.

Good luck and I hope you feel better.
 

MountainD

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My heart goes out to you--my wife is going through her own medical issues without any firm diagnosis or treatment and it is very frustrating. Hang in there--so sorry it is happening.
 
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