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A 30-year-old male asked:

Could magnesium deficiency cause heart pvc's. i been getting pvcs frequency most of my life, my cardiologist says my heart is good.

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Dr. Behzad Pavri
Cardiac Electrophysiology 37 years experience
Probably not : Although magnesium deficiency may exacerbate the problem, the propensity to have skipped beats is innate. As long as your heart is normal by echo, your ECG is otherwise normal, you are not excessively bothered by the pvcs, your doctor is correct - you have nothing to worry about.
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