So I was in the hospital the other day with feeling really faint and heart skips, as I have been having many PVC's per day (thousands), lots of couplets per day (maybe 30 lately), my first 4-5 beat run of nsvt. My doctors and cardio tell me it's all benign, my recent ECHO of my heart showed completely normal with an EF of 60%.
My EKG was on me for 2.5 hours, and it reads
SINUS RHYTHM (normal P axis, Vrate 50-99)
VENTRICULAR PREMATURE COMPLEX (V Complex w/ short R-R interval)
BORDERLINE RIGHT AXIS DEVIATION (QRS AXIS 90, 99)
Borderline Q waves, probably normal variation.
Minimal ST depression, inferior leads ST <-0.03mV
I can't comment about the details, all I can say is a report by a cardiologist has to believed. Doesn't make your symptoms go away or make them less real to you. My report was PCA's/PVC's that are benign, all other tests negative. Episodes still scare the heck out of me and I have been to ER several times only to be sent home two hours later. My motto is trust but verify. second opinions are always available.
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