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Troponin level high, heart rate high, strange feeling in stomach, excessive sweat. Is this normal?

Hi I'm a 15 year old male and my troponin level was 29 and my heart rate was 135 beats a minute. I had a strange feeling in my tummy and cold sweaty hands. This was after a very intense soccer training. My heart didn't slow down much after 5 hours. Only went down to 95 beats a minute after 5 hours. Do you think I am at risk of a heart attack? Or is this normal? Thankyou
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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dear King.....
thanks for writing to us.
it is still not clear why you get troponin done, where it was done and what your physician told you after that. a high troponin value is a finding which will always require medical attention, especially when you had symptoms too and that too on priority basis. so please see your physician and discuss.
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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