I really don't know what all this means...can someone help?
I had gone into the ER and the doc put me on a 24hr Holter Monitor and this was the interpretation from the results.
I know PVC's are "normal" but anyone who has had tachycardia lasting 10 minutes to hours knows...you don't feel "normal" and just can't really do anything while it's going on.
I'm SO FRUSTRATED by these posts where docs tell you...it's fine, you're heart is fine.
Oh yeah! You get one and about pass out from it and tell me if you feel "normal"
Please, if anyone can help me interpret this interpretation I would GREATLY appreciate it!!
I just don't want to schedule an appointment only to have him tell me "you're fine".
I feel where you are coming from but give me a little more info: how many pvc's? how many are in your runs? I sometimes (more often than not) have over 6000 PVC's per day but I also have heart disease. Have you had any test? like an echocardiogram or stress test. What have the doctors who ordered the test said? I hope you feel better
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