Running With SSS
I've posted several questions about SSS. It seems the more answers I get, the more questions I have.
To recap, I have been diagnosed with SSS. Right now when I run, my heart skips beats which makes me very tired and exhausted.. I used to be able to run 5 miles with no problem. Now because of the missed beats, I have to walk a several times.
If I get a PM, and I get my heart rate up to say . . . 130 BPM, would the pacemaker sense that my heart is about to skip and add those missing beat(s)?
A cardiologist told me that PM's just work on slow heart beats to fill in the missing beats, not faster heart beats.