I don't know, I can't find the courage to get through a day with any success when I start to let myself think they'll never go away. Doctors have told me it's possible that they will stay, and it's possible that they will go away. So I would rather think it's likely that they'll go away. I had what was supposedly a bad "panic attack", and then after the 3rd panic attack I shut down and stopped going to work, school, etc. Then the pvc's/pac's started to follow the 3rd attack.
So if this is not heart related, then that especially should be encouraging that this isn't permanent. Please encourage me! I don't want or need to be told that this will most likely never go away. It's gone away for other people before. And beta blockers have helped other people before, so that's why I'm really considering them. Even the cardiologist suggested it as a possibility if counseling & anxiety/depression medication didn't help. I've been attending counseling, actually, and a psychiatrist as well. I've tried 4 different antidepressants, all of which made the stupid things worse. In fact, after starting with the first antidepressant, that seemed to bring them on more often. I'm pretty much unwiling at this point to try anymore antidepressants. I take klonopin right now, but very minimally as it doesn't really help the anxiety over this anyway, and ambien for the time being to get to sleep as I lay awake worrying about these things.
Yes, I do want to continue counseling, for me counseling alone isn't going to do it. Only some kind of relief from these things, whether it be decreased sensation of them or decreased fear of them or both, will do the trick for me.