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My heart skips flutters and its adds a extra beat?

my heart skips flutters and its adds a extra beat and...? that extra beat is more of a pounding feeling it came back yesterday it stopped for a long time and i even went to the doctor for it and they didnt help at all im only 18 any idea why it does that and it does really scare me cause when i have that extra heart beat it does it help any ideas? when i have that extra heart beat it hurts
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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kinda sounds like what i have its called pulmonary vascular contractions or (pvc) for short which means when your heart beats normally you have 1 pulse of electric shock to pump the heart with having (pvc) you have 2 quick shocks which throws off the rhythm that's why it hurts there is some medication for that but for them to say positive that is what it is they have to put you on a ekg while you are having them i hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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