thanks for the post.
Everything really depends on what has been discovered in your previous evaluation.
Overall, from what you state, it really sounds like the familiar situation many of the other posters have suffered from with their PACs and PVCs. Many people see a wax and wane and even a frank change in the quality of their symptoms over time.
I realize it can be quite scary though. Sometimes, dealing with the underlying anxiety issues associated with palpitations can be more effective than actually treating the palipitations.
When I had PVCs real bad this would happen several times a day all day long for weeks, a PVC every other beat(bigeminy)It's the nastiest feeling of all. I was checked while having them by cardiologist and he told me not worry, they'd probably come and go like that all my life. Its been over 5 years since my last bad episode. I rarely have them anymore, maybe its the atenolol and cozaar I take to control hypertension.Hope you feel better soon. I know how distressing this can be.
I can't imagine this happening again! It was the nastiest feeling I have ever had. I thought for sure I was a goner! I don't think I can go through another bout of those.
I'm a professional athlete and i know that my left ventricul is very little dilated (it disappears when i have one month rest). Do i still have a structurally normal heart with this? And are my pvc's still benign?
I've actually been in the doctor's office in bigeminy and her comment was, "it's only bigeminy." Don't worry - you may never find a reason. These pesky skips appear and disappear at the strangest times, often for no reason whatsoever.
There was a time when I pretty much lived in bigeminy. Seriously, with a structually normal heart, it's really no more significant than single skips. Not to worry.
Have you been checked out by a cardio? If so, is he/she the one that told you about the slightly enlarged ventricle? With a doctor's stamp of approval, I wouldn't let it worry you. Just another of life's mysteries : )