After nearly 13 weeks of a relatively trouble free heart after my last ablation, at 4:00 on Monday morning I flipped into Tachycardia.
Attempts to right things with PIP Bisoprolol failed and only led to me overdosing which made me feel very unwell. I then had Ectopic beats at Bradycardia rate interspersed with bouts of NSR lasting long enough to get my hopes up only to be dashed each time.
On the instructions of my cardiology rhythm nurse I got an ECG done at my GP surgery.
On faxing the results to the hospital they called me and have asked me to arrive at the Catheter Lab 1st thing Friday.
They have told me they will inject me with a drug called Adenosine that will momentarily stop the conduction from the atrium to the ventricle to enable them to identify where the Tachycardia is coming from.
Hopefully once they identify what is going on, they will be able to sort me out as I am feeling very rough (100-150bpm).
The best description of how I feel is it is like a severe dose of the Flu without the runny nose plus all the usual nausea and symptoms I am so familiar with.
I will let you know how I get on.