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PACS and PVCS
From what you have told me, you seem to tolerate your PAC and PVCs well. In patients with otherwise normal hearts, there is no reason to become more aggressive. You end up "buying" all the potential complications with little potential it will actually improving your life.
Read more here:
- I am worried about V Tach (Ventricular Tachycardia)
- What are some of the causes of Premature Ventricular Contractions (PVCs)?
- Palpitations and fainting
You’ll find these are rather common complaints and most people don’t need treatment, only reassurance once their heart proves OK.
Here is a link about cardiac ablation.
Hope this helps,
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