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UserID: cvcman Type: CurePVCs Joined: Jun 12 2013
Thread Started: Nov 02 2013 Last Post: Nov 04 2013 Last Post By: alfy12
Origin: General Topics Total Posts: 2

Newbie many get HARD pvc and regular pc's when running/biking ?

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Posted Nov 02 2013#1 of 2
cvcmanUser Since: Jun 2013Posts: 3Ok I have been running and biking about 3 yrs now and do it 7 days a week...I run about 5.5 miles at an 8 pace or bikke 25-30 miles at 8-19mph....after starting this routine about 3 yrs ago I had chest pain and found out I needed a LAD stent in my heart...
Got the sten and continued my regime and dropped 53 everyone says im too thin,lol anyway I see my cardio Dr every 6 months...I have had echo stress, nuclear stress all w/i the last 2 yrs...all perfect...I had an echo about 6 months ago,,,,perfect...I do get pvc's at rest sometimes and my resting heart rate is around 40 since my weight loos and workout schedule...

I do get skis sometimes when running but they usualy are gone after the first mile if I get them at all..I do get a few that are HARD like a punch in the chest sometimes when running or a couple times when climbing a big hill... I told my cardio Dr and he doesn seem concerned...

Anyone else have these real *******es that have had a workup and it was ok ???
Posted Nov 04 2013#2 of 2
alfy12User Since: Oct 2013Posts: 22Hi cvcman ,

Well done with the weight loss. I was cycling to work until recently about 30kms per day. I would get some pvcs during the first couple of kms on my way to work. Most cardiologist suggest that arrhythmia during exercise is normal and only arrhythmia after exercise is of greater concern. I personally would get both but was reassured that all was okay. I currently have pulsatile tinnitus so not cycling until I get the all clear (22nd January 2014) from the specialist.

My pvcs are quite pronounced so yes I get a good thump in the chest during exercise and rest. It's always difficult to be confident that the cardiologist have got it right. Good luck with the exercise.


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