I've been experiencing PVC's a lot more frequently, should I be worried?
I've been getting these pvc's for a year now. Looks to me that stress, high anxiety, types of food I eat, less exercise and monthly menstruation is what makes them come on. Or just thinking about it too much 🙄. But it's hard not to think about it...right?? Walking helps for me and keeping busy with work. Also keeping my mind filled with positive thoughts..or try too lol 😆
I have been experiencing bouts of ventricular tachycardia and pvcs for a few years now, often reaching 270 bpm. I have only recently been diagnosed from an er visit when it wouldn't slow down for about an hour I have been unable to determine what the causes it to occur. I have been scheduled for a radio frequency ablation, however I have been told that I need to be experiencing pvcs or v-tach for them to be able to map out the heart and ablate the correct spot. but I sometimes go a week at a time without an occurrence. Has anyone else had a similar experience?
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Anxiety (Including GAD)