I was diagnosed with ideopathic, nonischemic CM in September with an EF of 35%. Since then I recently had another echo (EF 40-45%)and a Stress test and my EF was up to 50% and am feeling a little better. I had a halter monitor during that time as well. The problem is during all of these tests I was having constant PVCs and continue to have them. They are very annoying as the are causing me a lot of trouble sleeping and I wake up frequently. Shouldn't these start to resolve if I am getting better? I am on Coreg 6.25 bid, vasotec, and lanoxin. My BP is low and always has been (average 108/66). Should I just ignore these or could I be on better meds to control them. My cardiologist is hoping they go away. Please help. Thanks
It sounds like you are already on good medications. I would also have expected these PVCs to get better with improvement in your heart function. Perhaps they will decrease in frequency as you continue to improve.
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