I have many of the same problems you do and a few more. I have SVT's also and have been on Amiodarone for some time now. It is generally used as the drug of last resort when dealing with arrythmias, but it works. I haven't had a problem with SVT since I was put on it. Unfortunately, Amiodarone can cause other problems in some people. I am one of those lucky ones that had some other arrythmia problems compounded by some other more serious existing heart and arterial problems.
The amirodarone definitely helped with the SVT. Maybe check with your doctor about
it. I also have an ICD and the EP doctor was the one that prescribed this for me. It might be worth a try.
I had a massive heart attack on May 4, 2003. Thru the course of diagnosis while in ER and catheterization it was determined that I had 3 arteries 100% blocked, 1 artery at 98% blocked and 1 artery at about 85% blocked. I have EJ fraction around 20 and have had numerous echo-cardiograms to monitor heart function. I lost 60% of my heart that night. I cannot do what I used to but feel great. In September of 04 I had an AICD implanted more or less to act as a saftey net for when my heart stops and have developed alot of arrythmia problems. I also have two aneurysms. One is on my ascending aorta and is distorting the aortic valve. The other is an abdominal aortic aneurysm. Both of which need to be repaired.