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    Old 04-06-2009, 11:07 AM   #1
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    how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so wha

    how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so what's a PVC feel like? And how about several of either in a row? Feels like a bowl of jelly, not a heartbeat.

     
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    Re: how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so

    my understanding is they come from 2 different places
    1 kind is from the top of heart and the other bottom part of heart

     
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    Re: how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so

    I understand that. I'm looking for the feeling of the beats, are they different?

     
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    Re: how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so

    I'm not sure if the two beats feel different. I have have PVC and they feel pretty much like your example. It feels like a "skipped" beat but in reality is premature.

    My doctor diagnosed me with a Holter Monitor. I wore it for 24 hours and had 224 registered PVC's. I'm under the impression a person would have to wear a Holter Monitor and have the results reviewed by a cardiologist to determine the type.

     
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    Re: how does a PAC beat vs. a PVC-ie: beat, beat, pause, BEAT. Think that's a PAC, so

    Thank you all. That's all I need for now.

     
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