and PAV's. My cardiologist said to take magnesium oxide 400 mg.
will this help?
It sounds as though your cardiologist believes it will and they have the most access to your personal information. I am wondering if you are referring to PAC's instead of PAV's (have not heard of PAV's) PVC's is an abbreviation for premature ventricular contractions. PAC's is an abbreviation for premature atrial contractions. These may give you a "heart palpitations" feeling. As you will see when you look at your medication information magnesium oxide should help you have fewer palpitations.
Did you tell your cardiologist that your blood pressure has been high? They should know as they may want to change your high blood pressure medications. I love to tell Cardiologists that they are the best doctors because they have the biggest hearts, haha. It's such a corny joke but it still usually makes them smile. Blood pressure control can be tricky and they can't help you if they don't know that you need help.
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