The answer depends on why the pacemaker was put in the first place. Was it because of symptomatic bradycardia or other reasons or was it for ppl with heart failure?Originally Posted by xuelian
For ppl with heart failure, it is generally advised for them to have a fluid restriction as their body cannot cope with large ammount of fluids. So depending on how severe their heart failure is, 2 litres may be too much or it may be adequate.
For other indications of pacemaker, there are no limits on how much they can have orally.