Svt and anxiety

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Hi all, I'm new to this website. And I have been reading some people health problem and it had made me feel better after reading some of them. Thanks for the advices.

In April I had my first svt and I was so panic I didn't know what's going on where my heart was beating so fast. Then after going to the doctors he told me that I had an svt. Ever since then I have been shooting worried about my health to a point where I have taken to the hospital 3 times in 2 days. After doing all the check up on my heart it everything seems ok. Im so worried now that everywhere I go I start thinking about and it makes me uncomfortable. I went and saw a specialist and he told me it's fine still have to see him twice in the next 2 weeks. He told me that I'm suffering from anxiety and that's why you feel down and tired all time bcoz your pushing your brain to think to much.

What should I do to stop thinking about it. It has changed my life. Ive just been married for 4 months now and I can see my self down and enjoying my life.

Thank you

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    Hi there. Did they pick up the svt on your ECG? I started this in Feb and am now going for an ablation. Could not take beta blockers because of side affects. If they did not pick it up on the then maybe it is anxiety
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      I had the ECG on but it didn't catch anything. I'm gonna have it on again next Wednesday.

      Anxiety it's making me worried about my health alot. Hopefully you get your ablation and get well.

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    What was your when it happened ?
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