Long QT sydrome

Hi

has anyone on here had breast cancer and has long qt syndrome? I started on tamoxifen June last year and my qt is getting longer every time I have my ecg done. I had an appointment with the cardiologist yesterday and she is going to speak to oncology dr to see if I can take a break from tamoxifen to see if my qt gets better. 

any help/advice would be appreciated 

thanks

Hello Gharp79  

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It is good to hear that your cardiologist is contacting your treatment team to discuss the best way to manage the long QT syndrome you have. They will be best placed to advise if this could be related to the tamoxifen medication.   

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