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Long QT, A Fib and PVCs
Believe what your doctors tell you. QT needs to be evaluated in view of your heart rate:
In your case it means that at a faster heart rate your QT is still below 480 and thus safe.
Another blog I wrote a while ago:
Apart from Beta blockers, the other treatment includes avoiding activities that promote arrhythmias, in your case exercise. You know already that you only get extra PVCs. Have you asked about increasing your sotalol ahead of time if you know you are going to exercise?
Hope this helps,
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