Usually never often, but I've literally had about 5 blood tests lately and I've been there quite frequently. I told my mother to call tomorrow and have him spell it for her. I was trying to listen to their conversation, as it really wasn't directed at me at all. I have an odd doctor, in my opinion, and he's not much for explaining. When he does explain, he treats me like I'm an infant and I really don't gain much insight on the subject because he beats around the bush.
Even if there was no chance of growing out of it, I wouldn't mind coping with it as long as I knew it wasn't deadly. Surgery to fix it wouldn't really bother me either if it was something like stenosis. The doctor showed no real concern other than 'manage stress and don't over exert yourself.' The cardiologist made notes about the tachycardia, which was already so obvious, and then my original doctor explained it was because of how my body reacts to adrenaline. It sounds plausible to me. I've completely dumped caffeine and I haven't exerted myself at all for a while. I still have awkward days, and I've only once had partial vision loss so it's better than it was.
I've mostly been put on the back burner while my brother goes to the specialist and has his surgeries. It's understandable. She's too worried about him to also make sure I'm fine. I'm sure in the end my brother will be fair just fine. He's still doing good. Thank you.