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My Doctor Diagnosed Me With Benign Pvcs Are They Dangerous In Any Way
Can an electrophysiologist cure my benign PVC'S?Im so worried about them. Doctor says to ignore them
I get some PVC'S that I can feel everyday. Doctor says they are benign. Is it true that staying hydrated can help reduce them??I hate them!!
See below: I sympathize with you because I also have PVCs and I feel them. In my case my burden in very low (less than 1% per day) with a higher burden (20-24 % or more) an ablation can be considered. Alternatively, antiarrhythmics can also be used. It is also possible to determine that your PVCs are benign based on the pattern on a 12 lead ECG. Hydration might help if you get the PVCs with exertion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can pvc's that have lasted almost all day long be benign? Have been to the ER several times and doctors refuse to do an echocardiogram due to my age.
I get PVCS doctor says they are benign. But generally I don't feel the sudden hard beat or thump. Just a sudden drop under throat. PVC'S?or not
Sounds benign: It appears you have had the appropriate tests. I suggest you limit your caffeine intact, and eat a balanced diet. If there's continued concern, you may need a cardiac stress test, which is an ekg during controlled exercise, or chemical injection. Premature ventricular contractions are "extra" beats that occur, and can be caused by caffeine, fatigue, stress, and chemical imbalance. Good luck. ...Read more
Can PVCS come and go?Would taking a multivitamin daily containing magnesium and potassium help?Ive been assured they are benign by doctor
New to this doc said I have benign pvcs they lasted 12 hours yesterday why are they getting worse scares me seem they get worse after I eat why?
Palpitations: Consider that some of your symptoms may also be PACs, extra beats from the upper chamber of the heart. If you notice these symptoms with meals, you should consider adjusting your diet - limit caffeine, alcohol, acidic foods, etc . and also reduce your portions. Check with your doctor that your current medication dose is OK and consider having a rhythm monitor that can be reviewed by a doctor. ...Read more