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Call 911 or seek emergency services immediately if you have a fast heart rate and you:
Call your doctor if you are having fluttering in your chest (palpitations) that persists and does not go away quickly or if you have frequent palpitations.
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Call your doctor right away if you have symptoms that could mean your device is not working properly, such as:
Health professionals who can evaluate symptoms of a fast or irregular heartbeat include:
Most people who have supraventricular tachycardia need to see a cardiologist or electrophysiologist for follow-up care.
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