Ten years ago I started getting heart flutters or skipped beats. They stopped for a few years and over the past 2 weeks started again. Back then I seen a cardiologist who said they were PVC. But now they have been accompanied with left shoulder pain. Feeling concerned and anxious about it. Should I be worried?
Dr. Alamgir Kabir
Dr. Alamgir Kabir
Cardiologist
Basildon
It would be worth seeing your GP to discuss the left shoulder pain. Also if the palpitations continue again I would discuss this with your GP to see if you needed an onward referral to see a cardiologist

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