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PVCs and alcohol
Mar 28, 2016
... Hi. I am a 31 year old female. I was just diagnosed with PVC's a couple months ago due to lack of potassium. My doctor did tests and said that my PVCs are benign. On the tests she didn't see as many and they were not frequent. It concerns me because when I am super anxious or drink they get a lot worse. ... (1 replies)
... I think you want it to be "OK" - and so would I - but I kind of doubt it. I have similar diagnosis , and the same "want" for alcohol relaxation - sometime I KNOW it causes problems -especially when I actually lay down for bed. (1 replies)
... Dr. said my heart is healthy and that I do not have heart disease. I have MVP and sometimes my heart rate goes over 100. I used to be a pretty heavy drinker and the past 3 months since I have been diagnosed with PVCs i have cut down DRASTICALLY. ... (1 replies)

... m looking for reassurance and not finding it in those around me. Who knows? ... (5 replies)
... cysteine. This amino acid helps prevent alcohol from conversion inot products that damage organs like the heart. ... (3 replies)
... Whenever I drink alcohol my PVCs increase in both frequency and in numbers. I have reduced social drinking to a bare minimum. Also, I just expect my PVCs to get worse when I drink so now I don't get so concerned. I guess I'm getting used dealing with it. ... (3 replies)
... Ooooo, yeah, it happened to me last winter, when I was drinking a small glass of.... EGGNOGG!!! I thought I'd die! I never drinked any kind of alcohol ever since! ... (11 replies)
... PACs which all have been classified as benign according to my Cardiologist and EP. ... (1 replies)
... I also have tachycardia and take a beta blocker and anxiety med daily. I can no longer drink. Even if I have a large glass of wine my heart will speed up considerably and PVCs will increase. ... (13 replies)
... I was just looking up some information about PVCs earlier today and thought of this thread when I saw the following list: "Possible triggers * Anxiety/Stress * Chocolate * Caffeine * Calcium/magnesium imbalance * Dehydration * Drinking - Alcohol (7 replies)
... anxiety, alcohol, tobacco, electrolyte imbalance, certain drugs, heart attack, and congestive heart failure. ... (23 replies)
... I'm 31, male, not overweight, eat relatively well. My PVCs are primarily triggered by dehydration and stress, and occasionally triggered by alcohol and caffeine. I find that the more I worry about them, the more I notice, or the more I think I notice them occurring. ... (5 replies)
... in the morning and here I am, up from PVC's again. I'm not sure what caused them this time. I had some chinese food earlier and then a couple of cookies with a glass of milk. At any rate, I went to bed and my heart just started going crazy. ... (56 replies)
Psvt & Pvcs
Oct 28, 2004
... without the hearts rhythm going back to normal, don't think we want to see that doctor again. Since the psvt has started we have cut out all caffeine, alcohol, and almost all salt. He doesn't smoke or do drugs either. ... (5 replies)
... Just wondering if drinking alcohol can do permanent damage..... ... (8 replies)
Alcohol & pac s
Dec 4, 2003
... Honestly...alcohol is known to do both...it can CAUSE PACs and PVCs, and it can take them away. ... (1 replies)
PVCs and alcohol
Mar 29, 2016
... Alcohol increases your heart rate - Any drug which increases your heart rate on top of having PVC's can't be good for you. (1 replies)
... It eventually became unbearable and so I was prescribed clonazepam which really helped. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 32 year old guy, 6'2", 193 lbs., diagnosed with PVCs in Sept. 2015 during my annual physical. ... (1 replies)
... We recently moved, and new doc said Atenolol was an "old" drug, not used anymore, and since I had lost a lot of weight, may not even need it, and she wanted me to taper off and potentially go on "something new". ... (16 replies)




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