Hi all. First time on this forum, I usually hit other categories. I've had a benign arrhythmia since I was in my mid teens, 40 years ago. On and off over the years, mostly on anymore. I get hundreds to thousands everyday. If you never had PVCs before and just start to get them, or if you've gotten them for years but they've just gotten worse, you should see your doctor. But if you've seen your doctor and tests were done, especially tests under exertion, such as nuclear or echo stress tests, you can fairly well rest assured you're OK.
I stumbled on the following site by an Electrophysiologist (heart rhythm doctor) that explains the significance of PVCs, or lack of significance for most of us. This doctor mentions that a patient would need to have more than 20,000 a day before they would consider a procedure to correct them. That's one PVC for every five normal beats. Wow. That's far more than most of us have, but the comparatively few that some of us get still worry us so. Many people get these, in a structurally (and electrically) normal heart they are of no significance. There are many people that get them but that don't feel them, the fact that we feel them makes them harder to believe they are part of many many people's lives.