I've had some in the past. I can't really speak for my colleagues. They are very common.
I am sure that someone on staff gets them for sure. I saw my cardiologist today and he gets them too. Not the greatest feeling for him either but thats reality for them too.,
My cardiologist also has PVCs and he can feel them, therefore he can sympathize, most people that have them and don't feel them mostly always gives you the weird why worry look, they can't help it , never judge a man/woman til you have a mile in their shoes.I'm sure some CCF has PVCs, probably most don't feel them, but I'm sure them that do sure can relate.Take care. PVC sufferer's always same to be all alone because the vast majority that have them don't feel them.
hi i would like to know if this is dangerous because i also experience this almost everyday.. n i feel it... (as if my heart beats stronger than usual at once then it carries on beating normally).... is this PVC or .... im worried.... I also experience some pain in my left arm.. its a pain that comes and go.. its not constant.
Hey Akizz my name is Brandon and i did have wolff parkinson white syndrome im only 22 and had the surgery in 2004 and the reason i knew i had it are listed here. all kinds of chest pains sharp, heavy, painful and all over my chest area. also in both arms very sharp pains down the middle, numb fingers, hands, body. heart flutters, skip beats. my eyes would play tricks on me, i would break down and cry, couldnt breathe, fast heart rate, jus all around weird pains through out my body. not to scare you at all but its good to have symptoms because you know something is wrong sense there are cases of people having what i had and didnt have any and then died? your either born with wollf parkinson white syndrome or the most common ages to get it are between 20 and 35 im not trying to scare you at all jus giving you the thought and also at first the docter told me i jus have anciety well dont take the first advice you get talk to several doctors sense this is a serious matter. THANKS and i wish you well GOD bless you and everyone that i could help thanks again Brandon!
Sorry to hear of your misfortune - but glad you got it diagnosed.
Is this something that showed on an echo or EKG?
I've often read these forums but never thought I would post myself. Here goes nothing...
I've been fighting high chol\trigs. for about 5 years now. I've been on and off a meds (Zocor\Tricor). Both my parents are diabetic and have similar blood test readings.
I've been going to the doctor for about 5 years now....my trigs were once as high as 980, my chol was as high as 258. I've gotten both down with diet\meds to trigs between 250-400 and chol 225-240.
My question is, I've yet to tackle this problem now for almost 5 years. How long does it take for long lasting issues to settle in. Issues like clogged arteries ect.
I've become obsessed with my health at this point and have prob. made matters worse for me as I've developed severe anxiety attacks at any feeling or pain in my chest or any other part of my body.