About Me: Female, 58, Portsmouth, OH, member since Jun 2003
I am a 51 year old female with a history of frequent PVC (30,000) daily. Successful ablation following a virial infection in the heart muscles. High blood pressure, leaky bicuspid valve and mitral valve. Ejection Fraction today of 42%.
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