I wish you and your wife a wonderful vacation and your chainging planes In MSP, now your in my town.
I have seen many patients present to the ER with SVT and we have always successfully converted their rhythms. I would guess that you may have this info from your physician but I will put it here for future reference just so you know there are some other solutions for the SVT if it becomes a bother.
SVT is extremely common and unlike other types of heart disease affects people of all ages. Numerous drugs are available to treat SVT, many which are relatively safe to take for long periods of time.
An alternative option is catheter ablation. During an SVT ablation, catheters are inserted into the veins in the groin and run into the heart. The electrical system of the heart is mapped with these catheters. Once the abnormal extra nerve is identified, the steerable ablation catheter is positioned on top of the abnormal electrical pathway. Radiofrequency energy is then delivered cauterizing the nerve and eliminating the hearts ability to enter the abnormal rhythm. The patients heart is then tested to be certain that after the ablation, SVT can no longer be brought on. The tubes are then removed and unusually later that day the patient is discharged home.
Patients who undergo successful ablation for SVT are permanently cured for life of their heart rhythm problem. Medications for this problem are no longer needed and patients can usually resume their usual activities 1-2 days following the ablation. I am not a professional so this is just info to take with a grain of salt but I thought I would put it here for you.
I agree with the words of wisdom posted above, be in the moment and know that the rhythm while spooky will be ok. You will be ok. A deep breath and let yourself feel the sunshine on your face. Enjoy the freedom for 2 weeks and be with your lovely wife.
I wish you peace and happiness but most of all I wish you love.