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was thyroid tested?
did you wear a holter monitor?
This makes sense
The atrial flutter is causing your symptoms
The rapid beat of atrial flutter is causing all of this
Was that not explained by your own doctors?
You might not notice it at night.
sometimes it causes surges of adrenaline that wake you up but you don't notice during the day
Does that make sense?
Yes, that is the same
a flutter causes tachycardia
They are definitely related
You can have an ablation done. This is where they insert a catheter to burn out the defective circuit
it is pretty effective for a flutter
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