Ventricular Tachycardia

“I had/have a heart arrhythmia that would sometimes cause ventricular tachycardia (not SVT …VT). It was diagnosed as electrical. I was hospitalized twice (ICU), but decided against an ablation procedure because I felt there was a slim chance of finding and eradicating the problem with surgery. Naturally the medical option was anti-arrythmics and beta blockers, they definitely kept me alive for 7 years.

I started the Budwig Protocol for Breast Cancer with mets to the bone…within 3 months, I self-titrated off the meds for arrhythmia and haven’t looked back since. It’s been 15 months since I’ve taken a med. I do get occasional mild arrhythmic beats (or what I consider mild anyway)….nothing major, usually only seconds. It happens so rarely that I’ve all but forgotten I ever had a problem at all. I couldn’t be more pleased!!!! (And thankful to Dr. B)

[Note: Ventricular tachycardia (V-tach) is a rapid heart beat that originates in one of the lower chambers (the ventricles) of the heart. To be classified as tachycardia, the heart rate is usually at least 100 beats per minute.]

Janice A.