A 32-year-old male asked:
I have about 10 pvcs an hour. i developed them 1 month ago during a burn out. cardiologist made echo, no heart disease. blood work is fine. why am i still having them. i don't feel stressed anymore. will they ever go away? i never had it before.32yo?
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Dr. Donald Colantinoanswered
Internal Medicine 63 years experience
In your case it is likely that these are benign mildly frequent PVC's which require no treatment or further investigation if they aren't multiform, occurring in couplets,triplets runs or eventually are 10% of total beats in 24 hours. I'd limit caffeine& alcohol intake. If they're symptomatic, beta blockers can suppress them. An electrophysiologist cardiologist could evaluate & advise you further.
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Answered Jan 06, 2022
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