About Me: Female, 46, Wichita, KS, member since Mar 2008
I'm a 38yr old female who has been having heart arrhythmias since I was 13...started reading forums and SUDDENLY realized that I'm NOT ALONE....lol....I'm literally afraid to do things sometimes for fear of "something happening to me"....As far as my cardiologist is con
[More]cerned it's ALL in my head..says that it's stress...fact of the matter is...I know my body and when I feel funny,skipped, irregular beats that make me want to pass out...I know what I feel is real...I even wake up from a deep sleep..."because this is ALL in my head"...
Just want to feel "normal" again.....
Hello, how have you been doing lately?
I got all of these PVC, PAC (which i believe them to be) went to several cardiologists did several ekg and echo..
Nothing abnormal found..
Hope you are doing well, and would be a pleasure to chat with you someday.
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