27 Y.O. with 2nd Degree AV Block Type 1
In early 2020 I was diagnosed with a 2nd degree AV block Type 1 after wearing a 48 hour holtor monitor that recorded two drops close to each other one of the two nights it was recorded.
However, I think during the time it was recording my husband and I were having an argument (around 11 p.m. when the beats were dropped). I was wondering if the stress caused by an argument could have caused this to happen and it was a one time situation and not enough to truly be diagnosed. I have a follow up in February 2021 and will have a 2 week holtor monitor to see how often I am having beats dropped. I get mild symptoms, I believe, from time to time such as a mild tingle in my head for a second or two and then it goes away. In the afternoons while relaxing and watching television, I feel like my heart beats are more present - I can feel them in my chest, almost like I have worked out except my heart rate is normal.
So my question is could the two drops that the holtor caught be a fluke due to stress from an argument? How often do beats drop with a 2nd degree block? I am worried I may have to have a pacemaker in the future and I am only now 27 years old so this worries me. Thank you for anything you can provide to this thread!