Our expert says:
Ventricular (and atrial) extrasystoles are common even in healthy hearts. Provided a. you have no other symptomsl, b. the extrasystoles are abolished by exercise, c. you have no evidence of underlying heart disease and d. the extrasystoles don't trouble you particularly, the best advice is usually to ignore them. Drug treatment is not necessary and oftens does more harm than good.
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