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I've had svt for many years and it used to be caused by postural changes like bending down and reaching up turning over in bed. I've found that over the last few years my svt has increased in frequency and now it is more likely to start after walking in drafty areas or under the air conditioning or when it is windy. For example when boarding a plane if the cold air above head catches it it can start. If I walk near an open window or outdoors when there is a breeze. I don't see how an ablation could fix this as it doesn't just tend to randomly start there is usually a trigger. I have so far refused to have an ablation. Has anyone else experienced similar?
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