I have PVCs but until now I felt them in my stomach/chest, you know when being on a rollercoaster. But from this friday, I feel them in my neck/throat. Sometimes in the middle, sometimes in the left, or right. Is that also PVCs, can the feeling change from one day to another? I'm quite scared, I just get used to the stomach/chest feeling, but this throat thing is again starting to make me very eorried. Thanks for all the help!
I get pvcs alot ..actually have been getting them for years. One dr told me that heartburn/hiatius hernia can also cause them. This might be what your getting ...I don't know. I also feel them in my throat, my chest...everywhere. Lately, they are back full force and driving me nuts...but the drs keep telling me, they are normal. I would love to spend the rest of my life not having them....they feel like a curse.
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