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Experiencing pvcs and can feel my pulse in my neck head.

Experiencing pvc s and can feel my pulse in my neck head and chest for about 8 months now. hi i am 29 year old female and have been experiencing pvc s and can feel my pulse in my neck head and chest for about 8 months now. i also have pressure in my ears jaw and neck with pain sometimes. at times feels like i am so drained and tired.feel like something is really wrong to the point im scared to go to sleep cause im afraid to die. been through alot of test and they cant find anything
Asked On : Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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Thanks for the query

I am assuming u mean pre mature ventricular contraction. Which is actally an ecg finding to start with and very rarely patients have any symptoms at all, even if they do then they dont present with the symptoms u r facing right now. I think u r stressed more than anything. Meet a psychologist/psychiatrist once the internal medicine doctor doesnt find anything

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Answered: Tue, 16 Aug 2011
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