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Well... hi everyone. I am new in this forum and i am having that PVC s for 8 years now. I've tried everything.....magnesium, fish oil, exercise, diet, e.t.c. I don't drink alcohol, i am not a smoker, and i am 34 years old. I don't really think that any of these remedies could work. Maybe for some people are working like placebo effect. I have visited the ER at least 6 times, changing 4 different cardiologists and 3 physicians, eco, ecgs, stress test, blood tests and beta-blockers. THEY DON'T KNOW HOW TO CURE THIS CONDITION. One doctor prescribed me Xanax, but the only thing that i manage with them is to not get panicking when the PVC happened. It seems to me that you have this condition and of course can get worse with anxiety, fear, heavy meals, lots of coffee, cigarettes, alcohol e.t.c. It is a very frightening felling, but the only thing that i can do is to hope for better days. Yes, some days are better than others.
You can have this condition because you are taking blood pressure medication, but taking this medication is far important than having the PVCs. You can have it because you have mitral valve prolapse, but again there is nothing you can do about it, if its not pathological......Ablation can help but, you have to have the pvc the time of the operation and the heart is prone to develop pvcs from other sides in the future. They are getting worse during aging and you have to be patient with them and try to live your life as much as you can having these PVCs [smile]
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