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PVCs in a Row?
Dec 16, 2013
... I've had undiagnosed PVCs for years now. The reason why I say undiagnosed is because the Holter Monitor could not capture any events when I wore it. ... (1 replies)
... in a row consistently, it could be a problem. Once in a while, however, I don't think you need worry about. I get them from time to time as well, and they're certainly not pleasant. ... (5 replies)
... thanks my only concern is what i think i felt as a 2-3 second pause. Honestly, had i just not reached for my pulse and felt it, i would have just brushed it off since i had no sensation of passing out, dizzyness or shortness of breath (5 replies)

... That's's called ventricular tachycardia and is almost always seen in people who have underlying heart disease. ... (25 replies)
... No. Everyone, and I do mean everyone, gets skipped heartbeats. It just happens, and PVCs and PACs are not uncommon for perfectly healthy people. If you had only 9 over the course of 48 hours, you've got absolutely nothing to worry about. ... (5 replies)
... I'm new to this forum and just wanted to put in my two cents worth on the PVC thing. In Feb of 2009, I suffered a heart attack after coming home to California from North Carolina. ... (18 replies)
PVC Questions
Mar 29, 2007
... I sometimes feel 100 pvcs a day. Does this seem like too much? ... (18 replies)
... which makes me even more nervous, which causes it to go faster, and I am afraid it will get stuck that way. I also have some mild to wild PVCs, and most recently 3 PVCs in a row which really scared me. ... (5 replies)
... just another thing, when you have the pvcs in a row, say you have 3 in a row, would you feel a long pause where there should have been 3 beats? ... (3 replies)
... second break is a regular heartbeat.....but you don't feel it as the PVC's are so noticeable. ... (5 replies)
... Just curious. Last night i had what felt like pvc, beat, pvc, long pause, beat, pvc, then normal. I am on verpamil 240mg and it has done a great job of controlling my PVC's. this is the 2nd or 3rd time this has happened to me in the last 2 years. ... (5 replies)
... Even if i am trying to feel for a pulse? ... (5 replies)
... I had an episode a little while ago that prompted me to call a friend to come and sit with me in case I ended up needing to go to the E.R. ... (1 replies)
... PVCs are among the most common ventricular dysrhythmias. They can be found in young healthy persons or in diseased hearts. ... (23 replies)
... Why are these worrysome? (except for 4), that I can understand) When I get PVC's, I get them like: normal beat - extrasystolic beat - normal - beat - extrasystolic beat - normal beat - ... Is this bigeminy or couplets? Also, when I have them, it's usually more than 6 per minute. How could this be worrysome? (23 replies)
... The flutter you feel is not necessarily a PVC. ... (25 replies)
... Hi, I read omega 3 may cause palpitations I stop it last november and not sure if its coincidental, my back and chest pain stop completely. I am pain free since. ... (7 replies)
... There is a lot to interprut in that but here is some. You are having a combination of both PVC's and PAC's, more PAC's than PVC's. ... (9 replies)
... well basically i had severe chest pains 6 months ago turned out to be h pylori and i got antibiotics. a few days into taking them i became extremely dizzy and felt faint. after i finished the course, symptoms remained. ... (1 replies)
8 beat run of PVCs
Aug 10, 2007
... I've had an event monitor on for 3 weeks. ... (5 replies)

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