My pvc's are worse after exercise but I think it's because I am worried. Everyone has pvc's. maybe you are worried while you are working out. I'm no expert on the subject but my doctors say I'm fine and it's down to anxiety.
As for treatment you could try magnesium supplements and bananas. Both what a heart needs. I'm trying bananas at the minute eating one a day.
Stay away from alcohol if you can and cut out the caffeine if you have that.
Hi. I've had PVCs for over a year now. I've been taking bisoprolol 1.25 mg daily for about 6 months and it seems to help me a lot. Before I started the beta blocker I was having 3000 of them and I was having them all the time, except when I was sleeping. Now that I am taking the bisoprolol I mostly have them when there's triggers, and major triggers for me are exertion, alcohol, hot water (baths and especially hot showers) and caffeine (in big amounts). Every time I exert myself or exercise they get worse. There is different kinds of PVCs, mine are apparently catecholaminergic , meaning they get induced by adrenaline and dopamine and we get those more when we exert. Mine are monomorphic and originate in the RVOT, and those usually are or can be catecholaminergic. You have to be careful here because it is similar symptoms with people who have coronary artery disease, their symptoms get worse with exertion but mainly because they have ischemia, which is oxygen shortage due to artery narrowing. Since you got checked and you don't have CAD I wouldn't worry too much about it. However it is very annoying, frustrating, and it can be scary when you are having too many of them. I wish I had a better answer but I don't, and I don't think doctors do. All they do is try to manage the condition. All I know is that I am, or was, active too, I love rollerblading, biking, and hiking, and since the PVCs have started I do less of these activities because it's very unpleasant. I hope this helps.