I am a 34 year old female, and I weigh 135 lbs. I gave birth to my second child seven months ago. Ever since then, my heart has had extra beats, and I also have the skipped beat feeling. It happens daily and many times a day at rest. I went to the doctor, and he sent me to the emergency room. I had blood tests, EKGs, chest x-ray and a heart monitor for six hours. The doctor said it was from anxiety and nothing is wrong. However, I have reduced my anxiety but still get them. I returned to the emergency room recently, because it became more frequent, and I was told to do an internet search on health anxiety and heart palpitations for reassurance. I learned that I have PVC. I am still worried about this because they would not go away. Is this really just anxiety?
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