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Axis Deviation
I had an EKG done today and the doc mentioned a minor "axid deviation." Said could be caused by asthma (which I have had all my life) but didn't seem to worried (he was my GP). As a mandatory procedure he's going to have a Cardiologist look at it.

Am I in any danger? Is this something correctable? I asked the Doc and he said no and didn't notice any other abnormalities.

I should say that I'm currently on Qvar daily, albuterol as needed, and I'm weaning off of Klonopin.

I was just wondering if anyone knows if this is a sign of a more serious issue.

Thanks!
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