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Chest pains. EKG said sinus rhythm probable left atrial abnormality. What does it mean?

Hello I am 25 yr old female I have had chest pain on and off since march I had an EKG done last night that stated sinus rhythm probable left atrial abnormality p 50ms, and borderline inferior Q waves. Can someone please explain what I should expect I have an echo scheduled but not for two weeks should I just go to the ER my chest pain/pressure has been non-stop since last night.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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in young female without any risk factor for heart disease , chest pain is unlikely of heart attack related problem
so dont panic
in young female mostly it related to stress and panic related or related to local tissue problem
i think dont worry , get it done your echo test as per schedule and i think it will come normal study
consult your family physician and follow his advice
take care
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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