PACs and PVCs occur when the heart is under a lot of stress, and are a common arrhythmia in those who are highly obese as their heart has to work harder to perfuse their body. It could also be Afib too.Does anyone else remember the heart problem she claimed to have when she was living in that townhouse? She made a few videos about a “wonky EKG” and said it was “common” to have? A PAC rhythm? Has she mentioned that since or in relation to her problems with this surgery?
If she has EKG abnormalities, it could contraindicate her from some major chemo options. Permission to PL, but my boyfriend is a cancer survivor and he had to do chemo. The chemo they gave him left some heart damage, and now til kingdom come he has to take medication to prevent heart failure. He needs a yearly EKG too. It's low dose, but its not exactly easy to take, and it often makes him dizzy. He's literally fainted because his blood pressure got low from it out of nowhere. He's a bit younger than Big Gay Al's age here. And trust me the guy is in much, much better health (and is far from obese).
If AL is already having PACs or PVCs, they probably won't let her near that medication, leaving her fewer chemo options. While hard on fucking anyone, even those young by cancer patient standards like AL, AL is less likely to make it through the chemo side effects by virtue of already being heavily (pun intended) comprimised. So, not looking too good here.
Adipose tissue is known to have estrogenic endrocrine activity and has been shown to raise risk for estrogen sensitive breast cancer. They even consider adipose tissue an endocrine organ now. There is a very possible link between obesity and hyperplasia here. Make of that what you will.Grades 1 and 2 endometrioid cancers are type 1 endometrial cancers. Type 1 cancers are usually not very aggressive and they don't spread to other tissues quickly. Type 1 endometrial cancers are thought to be caused by too much estrogen. They sometimes develop from atypical hyperplasia, an abnormal overgrowth of cells in the endometrium. (See Endometrial Cancer Risk Factors for more on this.)