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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)
... Thank you so much for responding. I am a little scared about the upsoming surgery. ... (8 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)

... However, pvcs are getting worst and I now have many pvcs runs. I also believe I get runs of 4 pvcs in a row and these make me feel strange and light headed. I will be doing a 24hr holter next month. Hope to find out more. ... (7 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)
PVCs, SVT, etc
Aug 26, 2005
... Hello, everyone. Quick background. I'm 28, female and have been suffering from four anxiety disorders for the past 4 years. A great deal of my anxiety is heart related, as I began having a lot of palpiations and tachycardia at the onset of my panic disorder. ... (4 replies)
... PVCs are among the most common ventricular dysrhythmias. They can be found in young healthy persons or in diseased hearts. ... (23 replies)
... That's's called ventricular tachycardia and is almost always seen in people who have underlying heart disease. ... (25 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)
... 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)
... My pvcs seem like they are random and not triggered by anything. ... (4 replies)
... second period. I jerked up and it stoped, took my HR and BP and both were normal. I do have frequent pvcs but they are controlled with verpamil 240mg every night. Do palipitations always mean im having pvc's or can it happen when no skipped beats are occuring? ... (0 replies)
... i started getting extreme chest pains that felt heart related. my Dr did some bloodwork and found a high number of h pylori antibodies immediately put me on prevpac. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Aerosmith! I wae wondering if you could answer something for me. You said that Pvcs are nothing to be concered about as long as they do not come in a row. Well I have had 4 in a row show up on a holter monitor, as well as 2 in a row. Should I be concered? ... (3 replies)
... I am a 23 female in pretty healthy condition. I started having continuous PVC's about 2 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... I was going to add this to the bottom of my last post but I think I might have a better chance of getting repiles by starting a new thread. ... (2 replies)
PAC's & PVC's
Apr 22, 2004
... in a row and still alive to tell about it. Yes, it feels funny, but I'm no worse for wear. ... (11 replies)
... Today I decided to call my doctor's office to check the status of my referral for an echocardiogram. After a long consultation my dr told me he would refer me to the cardiology dept at the hospital and could expect a letter in a few weeks time with an appointment date. ... (10 replies)

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