About Me: Male, 31, Chicago, IL, member since Aug 2010
I started having Arrhythmias (frequent Premature Ventricular Contractions) in December 2009. The have come and gone in cycles (for 2 weeks in January 2010 they were gone, and for nearly FOUR months April - July they were non-existent!).
[More] The PVCs have been back to full strength (over 10,000 extra beats a day) since late July 2010.
I classify myself as a "bi-directional" PVC sufferer. This means they occur more frequently as my heart rate drops, and less frequently or not at all when my heart rate quickens (overdrive suppression).
I'm currently researching and interested in hearing experiences from others regarding the following alternative solutions for frequent PVCs:
I live outside of Chicago and am also troubled with PVCs. The best doctor for this, as I was told by a top NY heart transplant team cardiologist out of NY Pres., the top NY heart hospital, is Dr. David Wilber out of Loyola in Maywood. He is known internationally, and there is no one better! I have seen him, and he is the BEST!
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