I am a male , in my 50's. For 2 months now i am experiencing frequent pvcs out of nowhere. They just started one afternoon. First i had maybe a 5-10% burden. I got an Echocardiogramm ..all was fine and my EKG showed some unifocal pvcs on the short strip. Cardiologist not worried, gp not worried. Past weeks they became more frequent. As in, if i lay down or sit down then i can get a rhythm as in 3 normal beats , one skipped beats for hours. As soon is i change my bodily position it goes out of that rhythm to again go back into it minute later. If i start walking they go away a lot.. i then maybe have 1% burden..
I really do not understand why i have so many pvcs when i lay in bed or sit on the vcouch or behind my desk. Sometimes i think it is because of my acid reflux or vagus induced, yet my cardiologist thinks that is nonsense..
ALso he doesnt get that i have this many while lying down or sitting..
He says they are benign, yet when i sleep for 8 or 9 hours and sit many hours a day,, then i easily get over 15000 pvcs at least ...and i have read that this can lead to a weakened heart (cardiomyopathy)
Can anyone shed more ligth..cause i feel like i am a ticking time bomb and my cardiologist does not seem to think or believe that i have 15000 or more every day!!