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Old 11-16-2010, 03:22 PM   #1
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pac's and pvc's

just wondering... is it normal to have both pvc's and pac's (apc's) at the same time, and what do you do about it?

 
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Re: pac's and pvc's

It's quite normal, and it's quite abnormal.

If the top portion of the heart is hiccuping, then you get PACs, if the bottom portion of the heart is hiccuping, then you get PVCs.

PVCs and PACs and Higher Blood Pressure can all be the result of allergies, allergens, pollens, hormonal changes, diet, irritants, odors, stimulants, interactions between medications and foods and drinks, caffeine, nicotine, and many, many other stimulants of the Sympathetic Nervous System, IMHO.
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Old 11-16-2010, 04:07 PM   #3
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Re: pac's and pvc's

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It's quite normal, and it's quite abnormal.

If the top portion of the heart is hiccuping, then you get PACs, if the bottom portion of the heart is hiccuping, then you get PVCs.

PVCs and PACs and Higher Blood Pressure can all be the result of allergies, allergens, pollens, hormonal changes, diet, irritants, odors, stimulants, interactions between medications and foods and drinks, caffeine, nicotine, and many, many other stimulants of the Sympathetic Nervous System, IMHO.
hey! thanks! i had a feeling you would reply, cause you always have great info.
i have both at rest and exertion, and lately they have been bothersome. i have been off nicotine, and caffeine, for 61 days now. been having alot of problems with my b/p lately as i posted to you before and i'm really getting frustrated. i just want to feel better. i'm still getting dizzy, but i still manage to go walking for one hour each day..i actually have lost 17 lbs since august so i think i'm doing good so i don't know what's up with this b/p. as for allergies.. the only one i have is to penicillin, the only fear i have is the dentist as for hormonal changes.. been there done that 10 years ago, so what and why now?

 
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