Once you've been tested and checked-out by a doctor, and told they are benign, you can try to relax. I've hated every PVC I've had since the day I started to get them, but we all might benefit by understanding that the majority of the people that get them don't feel them. Ah, imagine how nice that would be, but also realize since they don't feel them, they haven't gone to the doctors to have them checked out. So, we're actually advantaged, we feel them, we seek care, and most times they are benign. The people that don't feel them, sure, they're mostly benign for them too, but they haven't had the advantage of being tested and examined to be sure.
Read this if you already haven't, consider reading it again if you have. He's talking about
PVCs specifically, but it is reassuring to me. www.drjohnm.org/2013/06/benign-pvcs-a-heart-rhythm-doctors-approach/