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Have PVCs after slight exertion. Is it alarming?

Hi. I get PVCs all the time (30-150 every day) but it s been particularly bad over the past few days. Today I felt pretty good until about noon, then I took a hot shower and I had tons of PVCs during and afterwards. It feels like the slightest physical exertion or increase in heart rate is a major trigger these days. Does it seem alarming, and will the frequency of my PVCs just continue to increase?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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usually benign PVC will subside on exersion , but if you have troublesome PVC with more in number and increase in heart rate after slightest exertion then you need to consult cardiologist prefarrably electrophysiologist .
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Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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