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Risk of heart disease and ekg - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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Doctor :   hi
User :   i had an ekg done is that mean im clear of problems for a good long time?
Doctor :   it depends
Doctor :   when it was done
Doctor :   if the EKG is normal
Doctor :   there is no assurance some one would be fine
Doctor :   if EKG is normal
User :   it was normal 4 days ago
Doctor :   it could be
User :   could be what
Doctor :   there are parameters
Doctor :   which could be wrong
User :   but that is very doubtful right
Doctor :   if EKg is normal
Doctor :   do u have chest pain at rest?
User :   no i dont
User :   i was just seeing cause it runs in the family
User :   im sure if i was bad they would of kept me
Doctor :   u mean IHD
Doctor :   ischeamic heart disease isit
User :   i dunno
Doctor :   yes it does
Doctor :   run in families
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User :   ekg was good so i should not have anything to worry about then right thats all i want to know lol
Doctor :   why was the test suggested in first place
User :   high blood pressure one day
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   it could that u were anxious
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