The dreaded PVC's

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Miss spice bomb
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   Posted 9/10/2016 2:41 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi guys,
Not posted on here for a while.

I'm currently 37 weeks pregnant with my 5th (and last baby).
For the last few months, my ectopics weren't too bad, but now it seems every time I get up to move around...like housework or just walking, I seen to go into the bigeminy rhythm.
Is it normal to go into this rhythm when active as well as it happening at rest?
I've spoken to my doc about this and he's not worried.
I had a normal echo in 2012 so that's why the docs aren't concerned.
It feels so scary being in this bigeminy rhythm, that it's making me not wanna get up and do anything.

Anyone get lots of ectopics when up and about? xxx

straydog
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   Posted 9/10/2016 9:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello, from what little I know about PVC's they can occur anytime. We do have another member that has posted to others about PVC's & according to him the drs do not become alarmed unless the patient is having over 10,000 PVC's a day. Sounds crazy I think but I am not a dr either.

You mentioned having an echo back in 2012, I think you deserve to have another cardiac workup once you deliver the baby. Anything can happens in a 4 year time span. I would push for this. Hopefully everything will check out ok.

Take care.
Susie
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