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

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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My heart PVCs have started to get worse as I'm walking. But the cardiologist still can't find anything wrong with my heart. Still anxiety?

On and on, until. Chronic Anxiety has a lot of staying power. It hangs on, even discovers new ways to bother you until you learn ways to avoid, reduce and manage it. Acute anxiety is functional - it's our species response to immediate threat. Chronic may be meaningless - it's just there. CBT therapy is very effective if you find a therapist you trust and work at learning. It's a good value for better living! Best! Read more...

I get pvcs sometimes. Cardiologist said hearts fine after tests. Rarely ill get a PVC when exercising, is this any different and should I worry?

Normal. One of the characteristics of benign pvcs is that they are suppressed or overdriven by exercise (as opposed to ischemic pvcs which are worse with exercise). Yours sound benign and that seems to correlate with your test results. Read more...

I was diagnosed with MVP and PVC's after having severe anxiety attacks. My cardiologist wasn't very helpful and told me, "it's not a big deal and to just get over it, that I would be fine." I'm still worried that my heart will just stop so I'm to scared

Mitral valve anxiety. While clinicians often diagnose the "mitral valve prolapse syndrome" with palpitations, anxiety, and other symptoms, in truth the association between the valve and the symptoms is not at all certain in most cases. If you truly have an abnormal mitral valve, as diagnosed by echo and interpreted by an expert, then a cardiologist can give you advice. In most cases no treatment is needed. Read more...

I've had 2 echos, various ekgs, holster and seen 2 cardiologists both saying I have a normal heart. What other test can I do to check for dang pvcs?

Event (loop) monitor. 24 hour holter monitor works only if you have symptoms (pvcs) at least once daily every day. If your pvcs are less frequent than daily and you only record a 24hr period of time, it's possible to record symptom-free 24hrs, right? That's where event (loop) monitor comes in hand as it records over itself over & over again until you have pvc, punch button & send off captured recording for evaluation. Read more...
No other test needed. Pvcs are normal for people to have. There is no other workup needed. If they are extremely symptomatic, consider asking for treatment to suppress them. But there is no is no need for further testing. Read more...

Very cold for about 3 days, also dizzy feeling and tired. Could this be heart related? Been seeing cardiologist for tachycardia/pvcs.

Yes. Yes this could be related to your heart. Discuss it with your cardiologist. Keep a log of some of the symptoms you are having. Read more...
RVOT PVCs. The dizziness could certainly be secondary to frequent pvcs ... With frequent pvcs you have an erratic pulse and with that a drop in blood pressure.. This causes a cold, clammy feeling, as well as feeling as if you are going to faint... You may actually pass out! if the PVC frequency is over 20% of the normal beats, this may weaken your heart function. Please see a cardiac electrophysiologist asap. Read more...

Been told many times that PVC / PAC or any odd heart rhythm is Benign with a totally normal structurally Heart, is this true do cardiologist agree??

By and large yes. Depends on the particular rhythm and what is called normal. Isolate infrequent extra beats are benign. Sustained or frequent extra beats may not be. Any question deserves analysis by someone who has knowledge of cardio-vascular disease. Read more...