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Had diabetes. Triple bypass surgery and ECG test done. Feels tired and shortness of breathe. Is this normal?

yes, I had a triple bypass 10 days ago. I have no symptoms. they bypassed my lad,diagonal and circumflex. I have diabetes but did feel the chest pressure prior to surgery. My enzymes did not elevate. I saw my pcp today who did an ecg . it showed t wave inversion from V1-V6 that was not there when I left the hospital. Is this normal?I dont have any symptoms that I had when I went to hospital. I am slightly short of breath and a little tired.
Asked On : Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend,
ECG changes like this do persist after CABG (bypass).
depends on earlier ECGs.
difficult to tell without seeing those ECGs.
if you do not have chest pain, breathless, you may not worry.
thanks, and get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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