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Hello everyone!!! I'm a 17 year old female with some heart issues. About 4 years ago I was diagnosed with SVT and had an ablation 10 months ago. They said the ablation was successful but I've had about 8 svt episodes since then. The episodes are smaller and only last about a minute or so. My cardiologist says its gonna and I'm fine but my heart still beats so fast and so hard all the time. Even when I'm not having an SVT episode, its still beats so fast and hard from very little activity. The other day I was walking from chemistry to trig and my heart was beating pretty hard so I went to the nurse and my bpm was 165 and my blood pressure was 130/85. I wasn't running are anything. Just walking from one class to another. I also get really bad palpitations all the time. Especially at the end of the day or when my heart is slowing back down. I'm so scared that one of these times my heart is gonna stop. I don't know why it does this or how to stop it. I can handle a fast heart rate but my heart skipping beats all the time is another thing.
Can someone help me out? What causes this or how do I stop it?
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