Hi Mom of 2, it really is difficult to say the EKG was wrong, there could be some variances as to possibly the person that did the test, maybe, but I just don't know. There are different types of heart attacks. My brother had what was called a silent heart attack & never knew it. All the dr could say was it was an old one. When he turned 50 his PCP referred him to a cardiologist for an evaluation. He had a long history of high BP. They did a stress test, echo & heart cath. His was discovered on the heart cath.
Four years ago I was in the hospital & they checked my cardiac enzymes which showed I had a mild heart attack but the age was unknown. I have a long history of high BP too. I was not put on any medications because of the heart attack, just my usual BP meds. Your dr is doing her job the right way by having you checked to make sure nothing is going on.
Try not to let this stress you out, I know it is scary but hang in there.
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