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Low pulse while doing exercise, heart racing. EKG, holter monitor, ECHO test normal. Treatment?

i HAVE a normal resting heart rate , sometimes slightly irregular, but with exercise, esp light running 2-3 miles at a very slow pace, my HR is dipping below 50, it feels as though it is racing. Last year I had a normal EKG , normal Haltor monitor, although no exercise, and normal echo, my lab showed slightly decreased K, I am worried, but tests did not show anything.
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Consult a cardiologist and get yourself reassessed again-this time possibly you have to undergo TMT along with other basic Cardiac test.Looks more of an anxiety disorder but there is no harm in consulting a cardiologist and getting yourself reassured.Take care
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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