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An irregular heart beat with a history of SVT
Go see your doctors! Your history of an ablation for SVT in combination of a rapid irregular heart beat with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and dizziness is worrisome. You need to be checked out and have an EKG & blood work done to make sure your electrolytes are still OK. An ablation doesn't mean your SVT has been cured!
Hope this helps,
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