I keep hoping that it is an indicator of above average fitness but I really doubt that. And I would much prefer a lower heartbeat to interrupted ventricle firings. At one point I thought it might be due to my inactivity since being sick so I went for a short and slow 20min run yesterday. The rhythm did show up a bit during the run but didn't seem to impact the run or my general experience. And the frequency of the block did not change after the run - I will take that as a good sign for now
So it is back to the doctor for me tomorrow. I just keep hoping that this is nothing, and that it won't progress or require any artificial devices to control - I have way to many things still on my to do list of life and family to be held back.
I may be too sensitive to this all too. All my life I have been prone to passing out under certain conditions. One time I was taken by ambulance to a hospital because during one of these "episodes" my HR was measured at 10bpm. The paramedic said I "may need to be paced" and that freaked me out. Big time. I was under 30yrs at the time and that statement still haunts me 10yrs later.
Let's hope it is nothing. Let's hope this is just a blip in the radar from something safe and benign. There is still so much to do.