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Done coronary angiography, discomfort in heart rate, VPCs recurring. Normal?

Good Evening Doctors, I had My Coronary Angiography on 14.06.2011. PTCA to OM1. I am regularly going through my check up and my TMT and Echo are very normal. But when I complained about some discomfort in my heart rate , I got checked through Holter Test which shows occassional VPC s. Is it normal. I still have the same problem. Best regards, Ajay Singhal Indore M.P.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Thanks for writing us..

Occassional VPCs are not a matter of worry, these are usually benign( no bad effect) and your ECHO and TMT are also normal

But if you are feeling palpitation, you can start beta blocker under your doctor guidance, you will be fine ..
Nothing to worry about
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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