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Posted by: Cornel | 2008/01/07

Hart klop nie reg

Hi doc.

Ai, ek is al moedeloos. Vrydag het ek werk toe gekom en toe ewe skielik, na 11h00 net ewe skielik hierdie weghol hart gekry! Die enigste ding wat ek verkeerd gedoen het (moontlik) was om my MINAMINO 07h00 te drink en toe net voor 11 het ek VITA-THION gedrink. Maar ek het dit skaars gesluk, toe kry ek hierdie vreeslike hartkloppings! Ek kon dit nie glo nie.

Ek het ook nie beta-blokkers of iets by my gehad nie. Sal van nou af dit permanent aan my moet dra.

Dink Doc die kombinasie van die MINAMINO en VITA-THION kon dit veroorsaak het?

Lekker dag.

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Our expert says:
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Hallo Cornel
Ek dink nie daar is iets in enige een van die twee wat jou hartkloppings kon gee nie behalwe dalk die glutatione in Vita thion (dis baie seldsaam) Miskien moet jy bly by die Minamino alleen.
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Posted by: Cornel | 2008/01/07

Hi Anxious. I went to my GP on Friday (did not have a prescription for beta blockers) and she did ECG. Murphy's law: irregular heartbeat and tachycardia did not show on ECG and was gone by the time I went to see GP.

She told me to keep beta-blockers with me as if I am a asma sufferer! Good advice which I am planning on following.

Happy 2008 to you to! I see you also did not start the year on a healthy foot (literally :) hope that gets sorted soon.

I am taking 2007's problems with me in the new year. Ablation obviously did not cure PSVT's and arrthythmia. Very frustrating.

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Posted by: anxious | 2008/01/07

Hi Cornel

Happy 2008! Hope it gets better than you have started with! Can you not possibly phone your gp/specialist and ask them? Surely they should be available to answer worrying questions such as you have at the moment? Or are they still away?!

Perhaps you should get advice about what medication to have on you all the time for emergencies.

Have a good day.

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