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Echocardiogram said heart was fine

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of the heart? thankyou ...

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I have had 2 echocardiograms in the last 5 years and all checked out fine. But I still get heart palpitations. This week try have taken on a new form. I get a flutter or a few skipped beats when I get up ...

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regarding echo results 12/13....peak E/a=1.8, Dt 123 ms. everything else is fine, I feel fine worried about diastolic dysfunction heart failure ejection fraction= 60% 6/8/14 pk E 85.4, dt 165 ms 12 ...

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Hello, I recently had an echocardiogram and stress test done after complaining of chest pain by my cardiologist.. He said both tests came back completely fine and normal, but when I got a copy ...

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off ) that I took his heart rate with an oximeter. His heart rate was 180 , ten minutes later it was 165 , twenty minutes later it was 132 . My husband's heart rate is usually around 70. Sometimes after ...

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How is a stress echo different then a normal echo of the heart. I had some regurgitation on the normal one so now I m doing the stress one. Can a stress one show an infected heart valve (or a small ...

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I am 57 years old and I recently had an echocardiogram ordered by my family physician, her Dx was heart murmur. The test result was an aortic stenosis, but my family doctor said that my heart ...

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taking stairs and the Heart throbs for a day if I run at full pace. I don t smoke and drink. there is some pressure on heart but I have got all that tested. Everything seems fine (including echocardiogram ...

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i think im dying I have had 4 EKG s and a EchoCardiogram (ULTRASOUND OF THE HEART) in the last 3 months .Can Something Change in my heart Since the time I have had these tests when i get really bad ...

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Hi. My kid had heart surgery to correct D-TGA at 2 months old. He is now 3. Recently a routine echocardiogram revealed mild to moderate pulmonary regurgitation. He has no symptoms, no stenosis or hypertension ...

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. I am 71. He didn t find anything wrong but said that maybe my heart was enlarged from high blood ... an echocardiogram to see if I needed to see a cardiologist, which I did before I left home on June 17. Today I ...

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Hi--- I had low voltage on an EKG, and have since had a follow up echocardiogram (results ... for anxiety. As heart disease runs in my family I am concerned it could be serious. Will the results from ...

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I saw my doctor yesterday for a routine check up and she found that I have a heart murmur she ordered a echocardiogram it might help to mention that I am 56 female I didn t have any symptoms that I ...

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I have had mild heart palpitations and slight shortness of breath over the past few years ... fine with only rare PVC s (on the holter). I still have the symptoms and it seems to occur more when ...

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Hello doctor since from last one month iam suffering with chest pain and i have done master health checkup it was all normal but in x-ray they have showed tht mild heart enlargement is there nd suggested ...

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doctor1 MD

echo cardiogram is like an ultrasound. It does not show arrhythmia, that ecg and holter is for. It will show any coronary artery damage or any structural damage.

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Get an ECG and an Echocardiogram. If normal, not to worry. Any specific queries, happy to help again. Thanks.