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I'm a 26 yr old male and have had an Electrocardiogram in March ( Almost 6 months ago ) because of rapid heartbeat, and the results said \"Sinus Tachycardia\" and the doctor said it was SVT's. It lasts for hours and hours, often from 110-140 or 150 bpm. Thing is, I have them almost every day, almost year-round, and I've read around and people or articles seem to suggest they last for hours sometimes but then can only reappear months later.
Today I'm posting this because it's making me panicky, is it possible my heart could be damaged from having them so often? And also, my heart can go as low as 55-60 at night sometimes, even though I'm no athlete, so I was wondering *if* I were to need treatment would that drop my \"sometimes nightly 55-60 bpm to lower?\"
Anyhow, I just wanna rule outthe possibility that I may soon die from this because it is so present in my life and don't really know what to do. I've passed some cardio tests last year and they said my heart was normal, but I still wonder, could all this tachycardia made my heart damaged since then? And is this almost constant tachycardia life-threatening to me? I'm so scared...
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