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2 years ago my husband had quad CABG. (No heart attack). During a colonoscopy 3 years ago they noticed PVCc on his ECG, he wasn't even aware of them. However, in the last year they have increased noticably, he says they "wear him out". He is on a beta blocker and Lisinopril and Pravastin. He has...
Hi Mary, It is unlikely his meds have anything to do with the PVCs. The Beta Blockers reduces their frequency but not eliminate them. However, any time a change occurs it should be checked with a re-evaluation. That may include blood tests, an EKG, Holter monitor and/or a...

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