About Me: Female, 39, London, United Kingdom, member since Jul 2007
I'm a postdoctoral research molecular biologist. I have a daughter, born valentine's day 2007. I started having thousands of PVCs per day during pregnancy. Thankfully things are getting back to normal now.
i am 24 male and i having problem of sudden palpation my all tests are clear thyroid Echo Ecg Chest X-ray but palpation still remain doctor gave me Indral for heart beat its goes to 150 its stays for 3 to 6 mins my hand get cold my body start to shake i dont know what to do...i tried not to pay attention but it gets faster..plz tell me something about it
Hello I have been reading your post and we seem to be pretty similar. I am on acebutolol myself but 400 mg a day. I am not liking it I take 200 in the morning and 200 in the evening. I think I could benefit from dropping my dose. I would appreciate any feed back from you?
Just a quick note to say hi
I was very impressed about your post re: Acebutolol and beneficial effects on PVCs and hard beats. Do you still use it? I suffer from PVCs and thumping heart after AVR and CABG since 2000. Will appreciate your comments and reply: ***@****
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