Heart fluttering at the exact same time everyday
Hello everyone, I recently got a pacemaker about a week ago for my heart stopping causing me to pass out, and I've been feeling a flutter in my heart at 11:42pm everyday. Should I be concerned ? Have you guys felt this too?
Thank you so much everyone for helping me feel better about my daily flutter at the same time each each evening. It was so helpful in such a lonely COVID Time. I have felt so sad with my pacemaker and although grateful for science, I seem to be crying everyday you see I regret not to have asked for a second opinion. I had no health problems except passing out. Eight years ago I passed out on a Summer afternoon after having a Dejavu moment. and they said it was dehydration. Then it happened 6 yrs later same thing and I saw a neurologist he said it was syncope vasel vagal nerve. Then the Dejavu happened closer 4yrs then 3 yrs and 2 and 1 and 6 months and 2 months currently in September. I would loose conscious for maybe 3 min. And after I felt so tired and sleepy and week. Felt like my tongue was pulled back. I am 48 and neuro referred me to Cardio. In April 2020 had episode then neuro referred me to wear A heart holter for 48 hours. It came back with abnormal supraventrical bpm 69/ 100. No one called me from Kaiser so continued working virtual work until I got another one Oct. 16 2020 the cardio told me to place a Lupe recorder in Hope's of catching problem. Just 2 weeks had passed when I got another episode after dinner..all with Dejavu feeling and out. I went To ER because I felt really odd from my body. They released me. DOC. said your so healthy and your heart is 73 so need to follow up with neuro. Got home got another one lying down watching news. I pressed my heart monitor during episode at ER no one saw and episode lying down and episode after dinner..all just hours apart. The Cardio leaves me a message. On my phone last week and says Hi I am Dr. T and your heart stopped twice for 17 sec. And 15 get to ER quickly. . I heard and panicked. Cried and my family was scared with Covid # s high and scared with no other info..if anyone has any advice on how to get through this difficult time I'd greatly appreciate it.