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As pvct said, it's important to have them evaluated when they first occur, and also if you experience benign ectopics (PVCs, PACs, etc.) over the years, if your symptoms change, like experiencing pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, or a significant increase in the frequency of them, it's important to return to your doctor to be reevaluated.
I've had PVC issues since I was 15, a little over 40 years ago. I hate them as much now as I did when I first started to get them. After a period of dormancy, mine returned this April, one Holter showing 6000 PVCs/24 hrs, and another 3900/24 hrs. I have PACs as well.
I'm curious how you know you're experiencing PVCs? Have you been seen by a doctor and had any testing?
Web sites that I've found helpful follow:www.drjohnm.org/2013/06/benign-pvcs-a-heart-rhythm-doctors-approach/www.aafp.org/afp/2005/0215/p743.html
The following link starts on the ventricular page. Look at the left side of the screen, other rhythm disturbances are also covered, and some detail about
the various events provided. www.equimedcorp.com/rhythms/topic/40/
The following link is to a Blog on rhythm issues. The blog appears to be very well written and up to date, nevertheless, no one should follow advice from this Blog, or even HealingWell, without being evaluated and diagnosed by your doctor and anything, like supplements, that you may want to try should be cleared with your doctor. www.lifeoffbeat.com/
If you have not yet visited a doctor, please do so. Even your family doctor can help make a determination of benign ectopics. If your family doctor thinks further evaluation is necessary, he/she can recommend additional testing or refer you to a cardiologist.