Cathy...I get those all the time. I once had them everyday for two years, and we're talkin' a skipped beat every four of five seconds. All Ekg's etc, were normal. They looked for that Prolapse-thing...Nope. I was told every person over forty gets them but don't notice them because they don't have anxiety/fibro, which I do. Sometimes I don't feel them all day long, then sit down to rest and they start in like gang busters. It is annoying, but not dangerous. My son gets them also and he has anxiety disorder.
I know it's not easy to just forget about them, but I'm sure you're fine.
Cathy - I've gone through decades of dealing with them. ER visits, Holter monitors, stress tests, and finally a heart cath - showing everything to be fine. I know it's hard to live and act normally when your heart isn't beating regularly! It feels scary! My cardiologist finally told me that he didn't think there was anything wrong with my heart - that it was probably caused from GERD - something about the vegal nerve being irritated by reflux. So you are probably making an accurate connection between your GI symptoms and the palps. I treated the GERD and had great improvement. You might talkto your doc about that. I also think the fibro makes us more sensitive to feeling them *sigh* - but at least it gets us to the doctor to check it out!