When I was 12, I was sitting on the couch, and out of nowhere, my heart starting beating crazily fast. I felt really lightheaded and dizzy, but it went away in about 5 minutes. Ever since then, this has happened to me about 7 times a year, and it's weird cause I run cross country so I'm in good shape and everything. One day, I decided it might be a good idea to go to the doctor. They discovered I had something known as Wolf Parkinsons White Syndrome. No, it's not related to Parkinsons disease. It just means I was born with an extra pathway leading to my heart, and when it sends electrical impulses, my heart goes crazy. They gave me a heart monitor to record what happened, and it just recently went off. The doctors were amazed that I didn't black out with how fast it went, but they told me to get to the hospital on monday. They plan on putting a catheter into me, finding the extra pathway by shooting electrical impulses in until my heart starts beating, and then aiming a laser at it and zapping it out. There's a 95% success rate, and if they miss the pathway...pacemaker for me. I haven't been supposed to eat any sugar or have any caffeine or go skiing at all for the last month. I didn't pay attention to the skiing rule. Anyway, I'm sure none of you care, but I really wanted to get this off my shoulders and this kinda helped. I don't expect any comments in here since no one really gives a shit, but if you do comment, please don't be an ass. I usually don't care at all if people make fun of me, but I just don't want to hear it in this thread. Thanks.
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