Hello ! I am 19 years old female. My ecg results are Vent Rate 87 bpm, PR interval 150 ms, QRS duration 88 ms, QT/QTc 400/481 ms, PRT axes 64 84 -6, normal sinus rhythm, T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia, abnormal ECG, unconfirmed. Are these readings normal. I wonder what this could mean? Should I be worried about this? I am kind of exhausted all the time. And also when I exercise, I am often about to faint and I feel sick. My heart is often pumping very fast too. That's why I went to the doctor. What do you think?
Hi, just T wave changes in single leads could be non specific. Changes are usually seen in reciprocal leads. However, it could be an indication for further testing considering your symptoms. Your doctor may next ask for an ECHO and stress test and based on the results may plan for therapy. Good luck & Regards.
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