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Rio Dax

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About Rio Dax

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  • Birthday 08/18/1988

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    Denver, CO
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    Veterinary medicine, spirituality, science fiction, and living life to the fullest (which is hard when you work 70 hours a week).

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    22 year old Certified Veterinary Technician with a healthy lifestyle, bright outlook on life, and a heart that doesn't behave in public.
  1. I'm definitely going to try to eliminate my soda intake but I work long and late hours and often need caffeine to keep me on my toes. I admit that in the past I used to drink upwards of 6 cans of Pepsi a day but like I said, I've since followed my cardio's recommendations and now have an average of 0-3 cans a day (with 3 being rare and 0-1 being the norm). Another concern I have is that my uncle (my mom's brother) and his daughter/my cousin (who is younger than me by at least 3 years, not exactly sure of her age) have both been diagnosed with congenital Long QT Syndrome. And looking over
  2. took a wrong turn on the internet and is now lost in traffic.

  3. Hello my fellow heart people, I stumbled upon this board yesterday after my ER visit and figured I'd introduce myself and get some advice. I'm a 22 year old female that suffers from PVCs (typically 1-2 episodes per week, lasting <30 seconds). In 2008 I saw a cardiologisy to rule out Marfan Syndrome and at the time he diagnosed Mitral Valve Regurg via echo and arrhythmias via 30 day holter monitoring (arrhythmias included bradycardia when sleeping, sudden sinus tachycardia, runs of multi-focal PVCs, and possibly some other abnormalities). My cardio at the time attributed everything to stress
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