ECG abnormal but normal for women help

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samjul
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   Posted 12/11/2013 2:25 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone
I am hoping that someone can she's some light on whT is going on abit of history
41 yr old women 2 kids
Costochondritis
Anxiety panic attacks
Muscle and inflammation issues
Other than that I am fairy healthy work out low impact 3x a week for 30 min end of July beginning of August I was feeling diZY and what I thought were Palputations so they did blood work normal except inflammation
Echo of heart normal
Loop normal
ECG what they called normal for me non spa ific t wave abnormality
Fast forward to today starting last week I had a sharp pAin in my right shoulder blade and neck aches to turn and move also went down the arm went to see gp and she said muscle got a second opinion same muscle spasms but I wasn't happy so my gp did an ECG for me and it came back as follows
Pq

110ms /137ms
Qrs 66ms
Qt/qtc/qtd 363ms/57/58
Heart rate 78bpm
Sinus rythem
Low qt
Non spacific t wave inversion
May be normal female veriant
Now I am not happy with h
This the go said it is normal and they change in women as we age
She is confident with the previous tests that nothing is wrong with my heart
I don't have breathing problems or chest pain that is not caused by my costo no pain when I workout but yet I am still worried

Any solar stories or words of wisdom

stkitt
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   Posted 12/11/2013 4:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Words of wisdom - :-) -  I am sorry but we are not allowed to give out info re your ECG as only your Dr. can do so.
 
I would not hesitate to call and ask what is meant by "May be normal female veriant " - what is different that your test was read as such.
 
I am sure if it was anything serious you would have received a phone call from your Dr.
 
Big Breath and call your Dr.
 
Blessings,
Kitt
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Post Edited (stkitt) : 12/12/2013 11:32:15 AM (GMT-7)


samjul
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Date Joined Sep 2012
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   Posted 12/11/2013 8:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi thanks
What I also forgot to mention was that when she was doing the test one of the leads detached she noticed it after and said oh the lead detached she reattached it and went on I wonder if that could have any importance
I am going back to my gp or we and get a second opinion
Would like another ECG done and some blood work donè to confirm
The fear if not knowing is making me have anxiety attacks and making me afraid to sleep but the fear of knowing is also scary
Go said that if she thought that there was something serious she wouldn't send me home but to have more testing again I am due to see her again tomorrow but I think I will just go to a triage or emergency department instead and bring this with me I am so scared right now
Anyone plz

stkitt
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   Posted 12/12/2013 1:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Wondering how you made out in the ER.  I am a firm believer in getting second opinions when you do not feel your problem has been addressed appropriately.
 
You have the right to feel anxious especially when it comes to your heart and the off the cuff remark.
 
Hope to hear all is OK and remember we are here for you.
 
Holiday Wishes,
Kitt
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GERD/Heartburn and Heart/Cardiovascular Disease.



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