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UserID: Hadi Alkthare Type: Facebook Joined: Feb 24 2014
Thread Started: Apr 19 2014 Last Post: Jun 01 2014 Last Post By: Odie01
Origin: General Topics Total Posts: 2

pvcs and business

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Posted Apr 19 2014#1 of 2
Hadi AlkthareUser Since: Feb 2014Posts: 3 i am chief civil engineer, i assume that each person with pvcs cant do his work properly because his attention most of the time go to pvcs and its cure, so i will be happy if i hear that some person with pvcs succeed in his jop??
Posted Jun 01 2014#2 of 2
Odie01User Since: Jun 2014Posts: 2Hi Hadi,

I wouldn't say someone with PVC can't do their job. About 7 years ago I was diagnosed with occasional pvcs, then about 6 months ago it significantly increased. This past Friday I was at the Cardiologist and my ECG indicated that I am having about 45 pvcs per minutes. I think it varies from 30-45 per minute throughout the day. Although I am quite a bit more tired these past months, tend to have a couple of naps in the day, I am still functioning very well in my job as a technical architect and software developer, working full time. I do feel the pvcs throughout the day, well actually the normal heartbeat after a PVC occurs is what I feel, but tend not to focus on them so they don't interfere with my job, nor do I find them to be too irritating.

My actual heart rate is between 75 and 90 BPM (including the pvcs), where my effective heart rate is usually between 35 - 45 BPM (excluding the pvcs) as the pvcs don't really pump much blood and I can't usually feel them when I check my pulse on my wrist.

My Cardiologist is sending me for an echocardiogram, a thallium stress test, a 24 hour holter monitor, and an MRI.

Hope this helps.


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