My therapist and I have both had all those (I have not had a stress test, but she did and passed) and passed them, and I have svt, and she has A-Fib. So yes, if it is an electrical problem, if it does not show up during a test then it can be missed.
Many people tho with anxiety feel there is something wrong with their heart though, when in fact there heart is really healthy.
ive had chest pains for two years and have had several of all the tests above and just got my resolts of my holter monitor back and they're normal too i had to wear it for two days so my doc is now sure theres nothing wrong with my heart but its still hard to beleive
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