Welcome to Connect, @fifi007. I’d like to introduce you to a few members for each of your concerns, but before I do that I’d also like to share some information, which I hope will alleviate your worry about the palpitations.
I’ve had palpitations or tachycardia, (Supraventricular tachycardia) ever since I can remember, and I know how debilitating these episodes can get! A few years ago, I had a cardiac ablation procedure, (which “resets” the heart’s electrical circuit), as my episodes were getting prolonged, occurred too often, and I couldn’t the fast heart rate with any of the vagal maneuvers. Most people experience an improvement after SVT ablation, but there’s a fair chance that palpitations may return – as they have in my case – and the procedure can be repeated. But, here I am, and so far so good for the both of us, I should say:)
However, I don’t have a right bundle branch block (RBBB), and you might want to ask your doctor about how that might affect the palpitations.