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2 abnormal EKGs, 23 yrs old, one shows problem with Rightward axis, other Inferior Wall Ischemia. Is it prossible ?

I am 23 years old and just had two abnormal EKGs ( ECG )?.. The results came back and apparently it is showing that I may have a condition associated with my Rightward Axis. Haven t found much information on this. However, the one abnormality that worries me the most is the next condition which is called Inferior Wall Ischemia . When I compared multiple normal EKGs, mine look absolutely different. Is this possible? And if so, what can be done? Please respond if you can. Thank You Namaste..:)
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
now a days new ECG machine has in built software which interprite ECG data , and it will give report as per ability of software , and in borderline finding you may find different interpretation , i would like to advice you , consult your family physician first and after seeing your ECG if he feels some abnormal you consult cardiologist and get evaluated as per his advice .
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