My husband began having bouts of extreme virtigo with light nausea yesterday. His blood pressure was 125/76 and heart rate was 60. When he begins to change his head position a very fast, almost instant debilitating vertigo occured several times. His pacemaker HR is set to 60, so of course that is the lowest it can go. Later in the day after I helped him get out of bed, his HR was around 76 when he moved around. Could this be presyncope. We called the EP nurse and she doesn't think it is PM related. Our report was transmitted this afternoon after the occurances last night and this morning.
Any comments are appreciated. My husband is still very fatigued and only leaving the house for follow up doctors appointments. This has been a real challenging recovery as he is still very tired.