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Early repolarization
Hello Doc,
I just had my ECG and it showed a slightly elevated ST segment, which according to the ecg is a result of early repolarization..

the exact words are: right-pericordial ST elevation, compatible with early repolarization

also slow sinus rhythm, 49Bpm, although i wonder whether slow heart beat is result of not drinking or eating anything for 9-10 hours prior to ECG... "forgive my ignorance if not so"
my BP was 110-80 "normal"

should i be worried or seek a cardiologist any time soon, or is normal, or at least can wait for 3 months before checking with a cardiologist.

I am 20 years old, male, BMI overweight, one family history of heart disease "father", had a balloon procedure, and then artery transplant from leg to somewhere in heart or near heart, not entirely sure.

Sincerely,
Ahmed

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