My ECG shows early repolarization and my doc says it’s totally normal and not cause of worry whatsoever, Should i be worry or concerned. Dose it matter in witch lead of the ECG the early repolarization occur. Some recent sutudies on the internet made me scare???
The other question is, please have a look at my QT interval in the different ECG’s I have done throughout the last 15 years. Results as follows: (QT /QTc /Heart Rate) (404/397/53), (380/367/56), (328/410/92), (372/396/68), (397/397/60), (400/386/56), (364/401/73), (339/379/84), (364/435/86). Are these normal QT/QTc readings especially the last 2 where the heart rate almost equal but the QT reading is different? I am 42 male healthy and my resting HR is around 58-60. The last ECG stress test and Heart echo was done to me 6 month back and all result came normal. If you wish i can send you my last ECG and ECG test result to study. Thanks in advance"
The QT/QTc is calculated by a computer, and as you indicated, is affected by the heart rate. However, all of the intervals you have procided are within the normal range. If you have been evaluated by a cardiologist, are not having any symptoms, and are in good health, I would not be too concerned with the varying numbers that are reported by the computer.
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