Nice to hear. The most likely trigger is the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) underneath the aortic valve. Best wishes to you and Dr Olson that results hold up.
Thank you! I appreciate your good wishes. Hoping now my heart starts healing and my EF will return to normal. I have a follow up appointment Feb 1st so i can ask more questions then. I believe i will be goibg for echos every few months.
My EF was at 46% prior to the procedure. I was having 21,000 pvcs a day which translated to 24% of my heartbeats in a 24 hour period. I was pretty surprised when i was first told this because i did not feel them and was asymptomatic. They were caught on a routine echocardiogram that i had to assess my mitral valve, which is perfect ( long story but previous cardiologist diagnosed me with mild MVP which my current dr says i do not have)....im really happy to hear thst the healing should commence fairy soon. I had read up alot on pvc inducdd cardiomyopathy and it seems to be if thd pvcs are eliminated, the heart can heal itself. Did you have the same thing happen to you? Ill be honest, this whole thing came as quite a shock to me as im a very healthy, active 50 year old and had no symptoms.