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Can abnormal ecg and shaking hand with neck pain be the reason of seizure oriented or sun stroke ?

I almost passed out yesterday. I m 65 yr old female. I take a blood pressure medicine ,nexium,keppra 500mg lexapro. I ve had a abnormal eeg twice,once with waves that put me on keppra. I was outside in the warmth but didn t feel hot. They took me to an ER in Florida because my blood pressure dropped to 80/forty something. I felt tingling,shaking in hands and neck pain . They did blood work and ecg. It said borderline ecg, unconfirmed diagnostics. Sinus Bradcadycardia borderline inferior Q waves QS add to 80 ms inII III aVF. Rate 52 Pr 200 QRSD 88 QT 496 QTC 462 Axis P 16 qrs 47 T 21. i ve to a cardiologisit in the past. I just recovered from Anal cancer . I had it in August 2010. Have any idea. Could have been seizure oriented or just a sunstroke or should I worry? Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

hi.., with the above reading we can make out only the Heart rate is normal,,
other than it is difficult to comment...,
The ECG need to be seen.., only then we can rule out any heart disease...
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Thu, 28 Jul 2011
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