I have a nine year old daughter who presented with getting hot and needing air when she was in the car, this was the first symptoms and I did not think to much of it but then she would get chest pain once in awhile thru the next four years. Maybe once or twice a month, then this last year during the month of June it kept increasing. I would take her heart rate and it would be from 110-150 so I went to Dr. and they thought not to much of it, maybe reflux. This continue and she continued to have repeated chest pain so I went to the Dr. and request a heart monitor and it showed heart rates at night as high as 189 when she would have chest pain just sitting in a chair. We went to a child cardiologist and he said she had normal sinus rythem even though she was tachy. We went to a lung Dr. for children and now she has developed Asthma but was not a wheezer so that could of been the problem, I understand how heartrate would be increased if she was not breathing well but I think maybe the heart caused the breathing problems. She is being treated with Flovent and Xopenex but still has trials at times. I am very concerned and afraid she could have Wolfe Parkinson White. My daughter had a episode like this when she 4-5 years of age. My daughter had a echo and it was fine , her thyroid is fine and the allergy test was all good . The heart Dr. at this facility read the 30 day heart monitor and stated she had narrow complex tachycardia,sustained episodes of supraventricular tachycardia with heartrates of 189/ and 174 in the evening while watching TV. She would cry that her chest was hurting. Help, what else can I do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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