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Monday, December 12, 2011 Jackie, Community Member, asks

Q: I would like to know if people with structurally sound hearts can still have a possiblity of a dangerous arrhythmia. If so what types please. I do have pvcs but Im curious about others. thank u

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12/14/11 5:09pm

Hi Jackie,


I recommend discussing with your doctor. Here's a link to information on arrhythmias:




All the best,

Lisa Nelson RD

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edward, Community Member
2/ 8/12 4:32am

My name Is Ed I had a perfect heart and in excellent health at 37 I developed after activity adrenaline induced. kind of let it go for about a hour but started to feel faint and weak I drove myself to the hospital Barely they took my heart rate and it was 321bpm after that I collapsed since then I have had 8 ablations 1 more this month feb 28 and 29 this will be the 9 I have been on almost every anti arythmic drug out the past 2 were experimental. I played baseball,football,wrestled, semi pro football in europe, I'served in the military and have been in conflict.  I have afib,atrial futter,atrial tach inboth lft&right, ventricular,fib,flutter,tach,lft&right. In my opinion yes one day everthing is perfect and the next everything is wrong...... any more questions email,

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By Jackie, Community Member— Last Modified: 02/08/12, First Published: 12/12/11