I am sorry you have been dealing with heart issues for a long time but your attitude is amazing. I am not sure I would be able to keep on acting like life is just fine if I had been diagnosed with aneurysms. I would have probably moved in with my cardiologist.
I am going to ask what caused you anaphylaxis - bee sting, medications ???? That was one thing that truly scared me as I only had one but it happened within seconds of taking a medication.............mad rush to ER.
In general, short bursts of PACs, and PVCs may be asymptomatic and are benign and the risks of increasing medications to suppress them all the time may not be worth any additional benefit.
Management has to be individualized for every patient. I am so sorry for your frustration.
Have you ever had a 2D Echo of your heart and been told you have any heart failure?
To the best of my knowledge and from talking with my husband's cardiologist, hypomagnesaemia may precipitate AF and needs to be avoided but Mg supplements are not used as targeted therapy for AF per se.
Please remember I am not a Dr. and HW should never take the place of the medical community but we are here to support you and help clarify your concerns to the best of our personal knowledge.
Keep on talking with us and now I will share how many PVCS my husband had on his 24 hour holter monitor: 36,000 and they were multifocal PVCS with a few short runs and bigeminy noted in his report.
I wish you a great week and enjoy your summer.
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