Hi, new here and looking to see if anyone can help with my situation. I was diagnosed last year with SVT which was happening occasionally - to my awareness. Happened about 3 times last year. Saw cardiologist last Dec and due to have ambulatory monitoring in Nov. He wasn't too worried and agreed to waiting and seeing how it went. Been doing ok and thought SVT been under control, but now noticing that, when I take my own blood pressure, with a wrist monitor it's started to generate a warning of arrhythmia. Weirdly, it will indicate this on and off, maybe for a couple or few readings, then not, then again. BP stays ok (normalish around 115/75 give or take) and pulse doesn't race as with my SVT (stays around 70-80). Oximeter shows ok levels (diagnosed with COPD recently) around 96 when arrhythmia showing. So, but for this come-and-go indication no sense of arrhythmia. Also, no 'look out' issues - pain/breathlessness etc. Went to GP few days agao when this started and, when he checked, got normal heart rate etc. Then, back home, it still comes and goes according to my wrist monitor. Tried monitor on my partner a few times to see if malfunctioning, and his results showed no arrhythmia. Doesn't rule out intermittent fault entirely.
So, still getting arrhythmia indication coming and going and not sure what to do. If I feel my pulse manually, can't detect any irregular beats/abnormality. No obvious pounding/flutters in chest - though sometimes I have been aware of this in recent months (without tachy though). Don't want to bother A&E with a benign intermittent issue and my GP said A&E wouldn't do anything if there was no obvious issue, but its intermittent nature makes it more tricky to demonstrate.
Any help and thoughts would be appreciated. I'm not worrying unduly, but, as ever, it's good to know a course of action just in case.