"Hi, I just found this thread in an internet search. I'm a 66 year old male who has been treated for afib for five years now. Recently I started having bouts of pvc's -- in the evening! They always start right after dinner and sometime..."
"Thanks for the comments. They have let-up considerably. I think once I realized they are not going to kill me, the anxiety went away. I also think that eating a big meal triggers these, as they always happen after dinner.
This really isn't as difficult as you've made it....http://pciplan.com/forms/pdfs/2011BenefitsSummary.pdf
Step #1...go to www.pciplan.com Step #2...click research benefits Step #3....scroll down a bit almost half way to - Click here for a 2011 Benefits Summary (PDF) that includes a side-by-side comparison of the three PCIP plan options http://pciplan.com/forms/pdfs/
you take your mouse and click the blue little link that says 2011 BENEFITS SUMMARY!!!! this INCLUDES side by side comparisons of 3 count them THREE plans
to make it a bit "easier"....What you pay for - there's a STANDARD OPTION, EXTENDED OPTION AND HSA OPTION
each one has a different price plan, comparisons and benefits etc - do your homework
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