my all tests(ECCO ,TMT ,HOLTER) are normal , but ECG is showing right bundle branch complete block

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bhagwati
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   Posted 6/3/2013 11:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Iam 45 year old woman from delhi and 2 years before i had dengue fever . then i addmitted to a hospital when I discharged back to home then after few days I felt heavy breath and some heavyness in chest and a eletric shock kind of thing in regular intervals in chest region . I gone through several tests by 4 or 5 times ... my all tests are normal , ECCO , TMT , Holter monitor tests are also normal but ECG is showing right bundle branch complete blockage in heart. so what is the problem and I also have stone in my gall bladder( gall bladder lithiasis) . my doctor tell me this is normal dont worry and he didnt recognize why this blockage showing only in ECG not in other tests. Iam very much afraid and I dont know what to do or where to go.

BHAGWATI BISHT

NEW DELHI

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Post Edited By Moderator (stkitt) : 6/4/2013 1:28:26 PM (GMT-6)


stkitt
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   Posted 6/4/2013 2:35 PM (GMT -6)   

Bundle branch block is a common disorder. It occurs in many medical conditions. A right bundle branch block only occurs in medical conditions that affect the right side of the heart or lungs.

You posted that you have had a series of tests and all appears normal.

Usually no treatment is done for bundle branch blocks directly. Your doctor may address the heart disease, if it is present.

In most cases, treatment of gallstones is considered necessary only if you are having symptoms. The most common symptom of gallstones is pain in the stomach area or in the upper right part of the belly, under the ribs. Your Dr. has stated that you have a gallstone; you may want to revisit with him re this discovery and learn the symptoms of gallstones as well as what to do to avoid any problems.

Please consider seeing a new physician and be sure to bring a list of your questions.  You have a right to worry, however, I suspect with a better understanding of the tests performed your worries will decrease.

Kindly,

Kitt


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