I've been on TRT with Thyroid meds for going on 3 years. I have a history of heart related issues, but visits to my cardiologist over the past few years have always had great results. My endo added HGH therapy to my regimen (2units/day), just about three months ago and I have been feeling just fantastic.
Here's the issue, I had my 6 month check up with my Cardiologist yesterday and everything was going fine. He then noticed that I had not had an EKG for a year and decided to have the nurse do one. Upon returning to the room he told me that my heart was not beating regularly and that I had developed an Atrial Fibrillation.
I was shocked to hear this, because I've had no symptoms whatsoever. I'm wondering if this could at all be related to the HGH therapy; I've always heard and read that HGH is the best thing for (an ailing) heart.
Now I'm being told that I may have to be subjected to whats called a cardioversion (shock the heart back to normal rhythm) but only after wearing a monitor for twenty four hours for diagnosis of the severity of this issue. Has anyone experienced this, and do you feel it can be related to the HGH therapy? Any input is appreciated.