A 64-year-old female asked:
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i am having trigiminy sometimes 5 runs in a row. have stent in my circumflex. do not have fainting etc i detected the trigiminy via stetescope. ?

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Dr. Robert Sterling
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By Jiminiy!!: Well, if that's new, contact your cardiologist. It could mean nothing but it could also mean something. With a history of heart problems like you do it's best to let the doctor know of any changes, symptoms or no symptoms. But I'd assume you felt something to get you to check for a weird heart rhythm so it's now time to contact your specialist for a review of your condition. Why take any chances?
Answered on Oct 1, 2014
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