hi anacyde? how is your kid doing now? my younger twin nearing two years old also have slow heartbeat of around 50...
would be very greatful if I can heard or get your advises.
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Saw some of your replys and thought that you were very knowledgeble. I had viral myocarditis about 6 months ago and have recovered from it, per my dr. However, I am having some pain in my left ribs and in under my left shoulder blade. Sometime my muscle tightens up between my left shoulder blade and my spine. It is not major pain but just enough to know something is not right. I have had a cat scan, xrays, colonescopy, and it all looks good except some galdstons. However they still have not told me what this pain was. When I do manual work, I can not feel the pain, but when I sit at my desk it bothers me. Do you have any recomendations of what this could be?
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