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A wearable cardiac monitor may help determine if you have an arrhythmia
Small blood collection undnr the skin can occur cafter heart catheterization and often resolve. However large blood collections may require treatment. I suggest that you talk to the physician who performed the procedure.
Dear Patient, There many reasons for increased heart rate at night, and it can be normal in some situations. The first step in finding the cause is to determine if this is a normal or abnormal rhythm, by getting an event monitor.
Yes - alcohol is a common AF trigger. It is hard to know if yours was temporally related, but many patients feel that alcohol can trigger AF (even hours later).
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