The heart is a hollow, muscular organ in vertebrates responsible for pumping blood through the blood vessels by repeated, rhythmic contractions, or a similar structure in annelids, mollusks, and arthropods.
I had two really bad episodes where I was so dizzy to the point of feeling like I could faint or puke at any moment.....but I didn't. The spell lasted about 5 hours each time....and during it I was also weak and just in a mental fog of confusion with retarded motor movements.
So my doc is thinking issue with blood flow to the brain.
So my tilt table test came back negative....but they did see both pvc and pac happen at random times every once in a while.
After doing some reading and talking with others....I'm starting to believe that my episodes were my heart stuck in A Fib.
Does this sound right to anyone?
Anyone have A Fib know what it feels like?
(The docs don't really spend time problem solving this out loud to me so that I can have an idea what they are thinking and looking for. Do they think I'm better off being ignorant and don't want to scare me? ugh!)
So the doc tells me the next step may be an EP study...and I know at that point they are ready for ablation.
Anyone think it sounds like A Fib? Or what else does it sound like?