Thank you so much for all of your help. I will talk to my cardiologist on my very next appointment.
It may be that the Cardiologist will want to try controlling it with medications, such as beta blockers, but it depends how often they are. Most cases require no treatment or just simple medications. The questions you ask really need to be answered by your Cardiologist because it depends on how often they occur and for how long, and based on this he can decide on the best solution for you. Maybe he will decide not to do anything at all.
Thank you. Can this be dangerous? Or lead to a heart attack or stroke? Are there procedures done to make my heart work better?
I think this means that it was noticed that your have Premature atrial contractions. The top two smaller chambers of your heart are prematurely contracting. I assume this has been observed to occur 3 times before your lower large chambers contract. PACs are not A-Fib, you have a P wave.
So, to explain it a bit more. You have 2 small chambers at the top of your heart which contract and fill the lower two large chambers. They then relax, and the lower chambers contract. Then these relax and then the top small chambers contract again. Your top chambers have been seen to give 3 contractions, and then your lower large chambers contract.