What do my ECG test results indicate?
I did an ecg for routinal check up their is an abnormally in the the third line of the ecg and the dr told that the ecg machine might read something wrong and for extra check up he did a blood test for my heart enzyme and it became normal do I get scared even the Er dr told me not to worry at all
Nothing to worry about
Hi. Thank you for your question. Welcome to HCM. I carefully read your query.
Well, not only occasionally, but often there are artefacts in the EKG, and we, doctors, ignore the findigns. This is true, because there are usually artefacts found in an EKG.
I was hoping to find out about your age, but no information whatsoever. Although I do not posess this information, I would be happy to tell you that even when there are pathological findings in an EKG, they should at least be present in two adjacent leads, or in four sporadic leads.
Also can you please tell me what actually led you all the way to ER ? What's wrong ??
Therefore, I would advice you that there is nothing to worry about.
I hope my answer is helpful. I am happy to help, if you have follow-up questions.
The doctor is not wrong
Hi again. Welcome back to HCM dear..
I share my opinion with your doctor's: there is nothing to worry about. Problems with the heart belong to the old population. If anything would be wrong the EKG would show it. Even of the heart rate was fast, it is purely from the psychological stress.
It happens to me, as well. I hope this is helpful.
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Hello dr are you there
You shoild not be worried
I carefully viewed your report. There is nothing to worry about and I continue to have the opinion of the original answer. If there was something wrong, it should have been shown in at least two adjacent EKG leads, or more than three non-adjacent leads.
I hope to have been of help. If you have more EKG reports, please send them to me so I can compare the current one with the others.
No need to see a cardiologist
Based on the current EKG, which is normal, I would recommend that there is no need to see a cardiologist.
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