Just wanted to let you know I can relate.
I've been researching the forum and found your post on multiple pvcs. I have had high frequency for 12 years, my last holter in 2005 recorded 24,000 on each of two days. But now the pvcs are coming in multiples like yours, especially 3 in a row, but can be 10 or 20 or more. I've awakened at night with runs and feeling extra warm. EP says still benign!!!!
Have you found any answers or found an effective treatment or coping method?
Please write back when you can, I am beside myself. I had an echo in March that was normal. But I'm wearing an event monitor right now because the EP looked at me like I was crazy when I said I think I'm getting 50% pvcs and 50% normal beats (I didn't throw a single one in his office on the stupid EKG).
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