After SVT ablation

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Has anyone experienced a pulse rate after ablation to where if you just walk across the room the heart rate his from 75to 110 inmediately? It does this all the time. I have asked 2 cardiologists about  this and they don't  know? They say maybe from de conditioning. I have been de conditioned before the ablation and never had this issue. If any of you have gotten an explanation from your cardiologist please let me know. Most any exertion ,my heart rate goes up abnormally. It does generally go down immediately but i would still like an explanation. 

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    I was telling my cardiologist that when I wake up in the morning, my heart rate immediately goes up for a short period of time.

    He called it positional , and it was not big deal.

    I am going with that

    I do have SVT but that is different.

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    Yes Linda mine did the same thing only mine was like 94 at rest then hit like 115 after a month I could not take it he said svt was gone I think there is more just didn't show heart pumps all day started taking my meds again only helped a little he told me he didn't know why my heart still Palps my meds don't work all the way because something is still wrong been on it for 9 years then all of a sudden stops working u think they would want to find out what's wrong I have Palps all day long

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    How long has this been going on? I have not had an ablation, but I read in the info packet my doctor gave me that you may experience increased palpitations and fast heart rate for up to a month after the procedure. This is because your heart is healing from the trauma of the burns.
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