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I'm 35 years old and for 10 days now i've been having continuous extrasystoles... literally one after another and it's becoming debilitating, i'm exausted!
I've seen doctors and be to the hospital twice... they can only tell me \"it's normal\" \"everyone has them\" .. are they expecting that i go home and waiting to go away randomly? ... so going to the doctor is useless!
they usually happen when i'm sitting or lying on my left side or back; rarely happen when lying on my right side and never happen when i move (last night at 4 i woke up with them and started jogging to stop them!!!)
A cardiosurgeon, friend of mine back in italy, told me to take potassium (tablets or eat bananas and tomatoes) that is good for heart and magnesium (nuts, which are good for all minerals) which helps with stress and anxiety. I'll arrange to be checked from him.
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