About Me: Female, 53, houston, TX, member since May 2010
I was dx with papillary thyroid cancer in 2000. I had TT and RAI. I've been cancer-free for 13 1/2 years! My TSH is suppressed around .02 I have alot of PVC's, & palps that were dx as benign coming from the left side. Sometimes when they are really bad I get anxiety
[More]. I find this site is a great source for information & support.
I will let you know, not starting till sat when my hubby will be home in case I need help, I hate starting new meds, have anxiety over them, silly I know but just how I've always been.
Read where someone says his pacs cause afib now I am a little scared again lol, my dr said I didn't have to worry about that, wonder why if pacs can cause them?
Have never had afib so praying now that I am getting them so close together that they don't turn into afib, grrrr always a worry
Hey had my app, dr did EKG, said everything looks good, she not worry about heart, says very common to have hours and hours of pacs in row, says no worries not harm you,
Going try new med, can't remember name , will see if I like it, she said if I didn't I could switch back over,
Just praying I don't get 7-10 more hours of pacs that wears me out
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