Big breath - and wow, I am sorry you are getting the run around.
First of all I am wondering what credentials this "girl" that read your results has as most of these studies are reviewed by a Physician with a final report sent to your PCP. I have never heard of a report being sent to a Psychiatrist but I guess I have never heard of a lot of things.
An echocardiogram is an ultrasound of the heart. It gives the doctor a real time look at the heart as it is working, so he/she can see if things look pretty normal or not. A Holter monitor is a portable EKG that gives the doctor a 24-hour, continuous record of your heart rhythms.
You have the right to sit down with your Dr. and have him discuss your Holter monitor results and have the results explained to you in layman's terms.
On the good side, nobody has called you and asked you to come right in so I would suspect that your results are within normal range or they would be remiss in sending your report to a Psychiatrist.
Meanwhile know that you are ok and it is your anxiety kicking in that is sending you into a tailspin and as tough as it is you can pull yourself out of the "what if?" thinking. Be prepared to call back this afternoon and request the results of your test from you Psychiatrist as well as ask why the results were sent to this person as you have not even been told the results.
Forget the comment about " there were points on the reading where it looked like I was exercising, but I wasn't. She said she wasn't sure what to make of that.." Obviously she should not have made a comment like that as she is suppose to be a professional.
Now take a couple of dozen belly breaths and just focus your mind on your inhaling and exhaling. This will align you with the present moment once again. Remember it is easy to get stuck in the loop of "what if?" thinking and you need to get out of the loop so pull back to staying in the moment and believe that your heart is OK.
secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry
about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present
moment wisely and earnestly.”
~~Kitt~~Moderator: Anxiety, Osteoarthritis,
GERD/Heartburn and Heart/Cardiovascular Disease. "Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...
It's about learning how to dance in the rain."~ Vivian Greene