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Had ECG done showing - T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia. Should I worry?

I am a 40 year old male. I had a ECG done and the computerized results read: Vent rate: 103 BPM PR interval: 138 ms QRS duration: 86 ms QT/QTc: 330/432 ms P-R-T: 72 59 -10 I was extremely anxious when this ECG was done. My regular heart rate is 60-70. I have controlled hypertension as well with normal BPs ranging 105-120/50-80 mmHg. The prefed data spit out T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia I am wondering if being anxious and not able to relax when the ECG was done had any affect or if there is anything to be concerned about.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Hello,You need not worry for the above said details. But I suggest you to upload the ECG so that I will be easy to diagnose your problem and conclude it.
As such your heart rate is little high, that probably may be you were anxious during the ECG recording.
So to assure that everything is normal just send me your ECG.
Take care and Relax.
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