My guess is you are referring to ectopic (extra) beats. Be sure and discuss the results with your physician. If he/she says you have nothing to worry about, it's probably PVCs or PACs (extra, flip-flops of the heart). Do you feel palpitatoins? flip-flops? fluttering? Some people feel every extra beat; others never feel a single one.
Will you be seeing your doctor to review the results and to get his/her recommendations. Pre-syncope is a lousy feeling and could put you in a dangerous situation (i.e., if your're driving). I'm so sorry you are dealing with this; I'm sure it is very uncomfortable. Please let us know what the doctor says.
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