"I've had pvcs and pacs for years, but the past few days I've had a very strange sensation. The only way I can describe it is it's like pvcs without the skips. It's like I have the after after of the harder beat, but no pause beforehand..."
"First of all they will not kill you. How frequently are you getting them? How many per hour or minute do you think? If you have eliminated foods you like and it didn't help then don't worry about them! My story sounds a bit like your..."
Just a quick note to say hi! please help me,i had a burn in my stomach after i had an upper endoscopy for my throat,i was checked for h pylori,it came back neg. the tested to soon. i feel i got h pylori from thr scope? please help
Just dropping by to say HELLO and WELCOME to the Heart Rhythm Community. I hope you find the site informative and supportive. We are a community of patients, caregivers, family and friends. Please check out the great features of the site and don't hesitate to let me know if I can help.
Connie - Co-Community Leader
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