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Yes this is possible
It is called a run of PVCs
It is totally benign
you can take medicine to suppress it but I wouldn't recommend it
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Yes, they can trigger anxiety in many people for sure
I'm sorry you are going through that
They would be valid for at least 3-4 years
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the only way to be 100% is to catch them on a holter but the vast majority are nothing to worry about
No, they don't cause issues in the future
Yes, this is pretty classic for PVCs or atrial ectopics.
I have this as well believe it or not
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totally normal to get more at night when your body increases vagal tone when you lay down
in general, a holter will tell the harmful from not harmful
no it cannot change in that time
I would go on a beta blocker
it will help with anxiety and ectopics
If they are really bothering you then you may need meds
you don't seem to be able to live with them comfortably
even though that is fine to do
You have to overcome the anxiety
you might need counseling