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Heart Rhythm Conditions | Last Active: Dec 13, 2021 | Replies (53)

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I totally agree ronbyrd, you are the first to connect with similar symptoms! Congrats on the Boston Marathon qualifying time…that's AWESOME! 🙂 By complete heart block, I mean a third-degree heart block…it is when electrical signals do not travel between the upper Atrial and lower Ventricle chambers of the heart. My cardiologist sent me to straight to the ER from his office visit…on Valentines Day, no less. While I awaited the lyme disease results over the long holiday weekend, my heart rate dipped to low of 27 in ICU. And they could not get it higher than 38. When I had the pacemaker installed, I felt immediate relief. First 3 months, I have had a lot of transition, but now running 3-4 miles a day, 5 times a week, and no PSVTs.

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Ceepster: Congrads on successfully getting back into running after what must of been a most scary time dealing with the heart block. I'm still debating with myself as to getting back into running or not. The biggest reason not to is I'm concerned running might cause my PSVT to get worst. The cardiologist left me with saying running might or might not cause deterioration, he can't predict. Oh well. I'll post if I do and have any heart-related events worth noting.

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