I appears you've had the best of care and treatment, and have experienced a full recovery.
That's the best thing for your to focus on to give yourself a chance to be well. If there is some cardiovascular problem it will continue without the need for any emotional drivers, but if you remain in a worried and emotionally upset state you will likely continue to have heart rhythm problems.
You should be fine, just try to focus on living your life, and feeling good.
Thank you so much for your reply. It means alot. And you are absolutely right.
Hiya, worried. I believe I've had a similar experience to you, with viral myocarditis and a period of skipped beats (one every 5 seconds at it's worst). Two things that seemed to help me were taking magnesium, and also drinking lots of water. Being dehydrated made things worse.
I believe that by far most people with your condition just naturally get better by themselves. There is no treatment anyway - except that you can avoid things which weaken the immune system. I'd say that Jerry gave good advice about not worrying. But still, you can become your own doctor, in a sense... at least as far as monitoring yourself. That's true especially during physical exertion, which is where any short-term risk might lie, IMO.
Good luck, you're probably cured already anyway :)