Quoting Disney Mamma:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MelDCraig:</b>" I have long QT syndrome and I have to take ... [snip!] ... started getting really bad pannic attacks because I'm so scared something will happen to me whe I'm alone this really sucks."
I looked yours up too lol.....it looks like my AVNRT is a type of SVT.....I was scared to death when I had my first episode of tachycardia. I was only 16 and I was laying on the couch perfectly fine and then I sat up and all I could feel was my heart racing throughout my entire body. My mom took me to the ER and they said that my heart rate was over 200 bpm. My dr tried telling us it was probably a 1 time fluke and didn't want to do anything about it but eventually, after enough complaining, he sent me to a cardiologist who did a 24 hr heart monitor. The results of that showed that I was having episodes of tachycardia I didn't even notice I as having. I was quickly sent for more testing and scheduled for an exploratory surgery. When they went in they found the bad area and they burned as much of it as they could (apparently the burned my heart 9 times) but they didn't want to get any closer to a part of my heart because it could have caused me to need a pace maker if they messed up. I haven't had any more issues with the tachycardia since the surgery though and it was an almost in and out procedure (stayed in the hospital over night and I had to stay flat for the first 10 or so hours). It had been 11 years (as of 2 days ago) now with no issues. I have to see the cardiologist though because of the Long QT which I have to take medication for the rest of my life for it. I have to have an EKG done once a year to make sure it hasn't prolonged anymore and when pregnant I have to see him every 3 months.