In my own opinion I would go to the EP. But I will tell you I have seen an EP today who after a 30 day monitoring told me I was having 6000 PVC's per day and about 350 PAC's and that there was nothing to do but try meds. I agreed to try a med but have to go into the hospital to try them. So with that said I would go to an EP and if you don't like what he tells you...you can go to another one. That is why we get 2nd opinions...maybe "don't like" is not the right wording maybe I should say if you don't agree with their findings. I have had 4 EP doctors all changed for different reasons (one moved, one I didn't like the way the billing clerk talked to me, one just wanted to do nothing but surgery and one did a surgery and didn't use any anesthesia) I hope this helps...if you want someone to chat with more about this hit me up on my profile page. Be blessed :)
It you're having a hard time losing weight, may I suggest a very low carbohydrate diet. I've been on it since late March, and have lost almost 18 pounds. It's almost too easy! Just avoid anything "white"; flour, rice, pasta, starches, and of course sugar. I eat a hamburger with a big slab of cheese. Just no bun or fries. The reason I started it was to lower my blood sugar. Interestingly enough, as I cleared my body of excess glucose, my PVC's vanished, and only returned for a half day when I fell off the wagon, and consumed an ice cream cone. The next morning they disappeared again. For me, faced with type II diabetes, this more of a lifestyle change than a diet. But the wins so far outweight the sacrifices I've made with the foods I loved.