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PVCs and PACs are usually benign
As a physician you should already know the answer: You don't have anything to worry about. The great majority of PACs are completely benign and require little if any treatment at all. In rare cases, PACs may be a sign of underlying heart disease.
However, your high cholesterol (and may be other cardiac risks) should prompt you to consider a more heart healthy lifestyle. To calculate your risk for developing heart disease with high cholesterol, use our Cardiac Risk Assessment questionnaire.
Hope this helps,
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