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32 male. have been experiencing pvcs and heart palpitations. have a history of high blood pressure but have been making some lifestyle changes.advice?

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Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine 25 years experience
Cardiology eval.: Based on your symptoms and history of high BP, an evaluation by a Cardiologist would be recommended. This evaluation may include blood testing, stress testing and perhaps heart monitoring to identify the cause of these palpitations.

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