Answer:You should check with your doctor as to what is the cause of your palpitations (feeling of abnormal heart beats). There are many different causes and the treatment varies with the cause. If atrial fibrillation is the cause, then flecainide may be an appropriate medication for you.
Answer:Only the doctor who is treating your father can answer these questions. There are many different types of medications to try, and also medical devices such as CRT pacemaker or cardiac assist devices.
Answer:You would need to wear a heart monitor such as a Holter or event monitor to make a recording when you are having the symptoms; then see your doctor to discuss the results.
Answer:53bpm is not a very slow heart rate and may not be the cause of your symptoms; you should see your doctor to arrange a 24 hour Holter monitor or an Event monitor.
Answer:The only way to make a doagnosis is to see your doctor and arrange for a Holter monitor or Event monitor, in order to record your heartbeat when you are having the palpitations.
Answer:You will need to see your doctor for a heart exam blood tests and ECG as a first step to find the cause of your symptoms.
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Answer:The lady should definitely see a cardiologist as medical thretmant can do much to improve her symptoms. There are also surgical and new minimally invasive treatments for mitral valve leaks. It is not possible to predict someone\'s likespan from this information.
Answer:You should see an internist or cardiologist and get a heart monitor to determine what is the cause of your palpitations.
Answer:Feeling\'like unconscious some times\' is a is problem that should immediately be evaluated by your internist or cardiologist. This could be due to abnormal heart rates, either too slow or too fast, your doctor will consider an ECG or heart monitor as a first step. You should not delay in seeing your doctor.