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Old 07-10-2005, 03:14 PM   #1
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PVC question. HAs anyone experienced this

I had a bout of PVC's this morning waking me from my sleep. Usually I get them when I am lying on my right side and they will wake me up. I can normally roll to the left side and they disappear, but today I rolled over and they just kept coming. I even got up out of the bed and they kept going. It even kind of took my breath away. I have these all the time and have had all the test, but this one episode really scared me. I have never had them take my breath that way or just keep going like that after maybe twenty seconds of being up they were gone. Just wondering if anyone experiences this. Thanks.

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