Try not to worry. I get these too! They are bothersome but unless you're told otherwise, nothing to worry about.
I was diagnosed with RVOT-VT earlier this year, during recovery phase in exercise I would go into sustained VT. I had an ablation in August, and now I just get about 1k PVCs a day, approx 0.5% of my total heartbeats are PVCs and I get them still when recovering in exercise, but I've been told not to worry and just to try and move on with my life which is what I am doing now :)
I get them during recovery as well.
I am 58 yo, had NSVT and about 15% PVC with bigeminies. Had second ablation that created a lot of PV during 2 weeks of recovery, then none between 3-8 week, and now 14 weeks - have them back a lot 21% of them in 24 hours, worse than before. May be I overstretched in weeks 3-8, with moderate load though - nothing drastical, as it was the first time I was PVC free (100 in a day) in about 10 years, or may be the ablation missed the key point. Now taking propafenone with dose increase, with so far moderate effect, but seem to be working a bit. Good luck to you!
those studies quantify them at least 10% of all beats. And you would certainly notice that. Secondly, its only relevant for people with structural heart disease as I was told by several cardiologists, including a professor.
Having PVCs after exercise is normal when the frequency changes (excess adrenaline!).