The ER cant do anything for your palps.. They cant just magically stop them unfortunatly :( ... If they are just annoying you, you dont need to go to the ER.. The only time you should go to the ER for palps is if you feel you are at a serious health risk (shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, or if you are so anxious you cant stand it anymore).. just keep in mind, they cant do anything for your palps.. If theres nothing else going on, they will most likely jsut give you ativan and send you home.
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