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Opinion about Stress Test Results
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Opinion about Stress Test Results

Dear Dr.,
I would like your opinion about the results of Stress Test did recently.Conclusion was
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jmcruz,

I do not comment on specifics of test as it is impossible to give detailed answers without having the porimary data, nor is it the purpose of this forum.  If you would like a full opinion on your case, you are more than welcome to submit an elecronic consult throught the cleveland clinic website at:

http://www.eclevelandclinic.org

You seem overly concerned with a good bill of health from your physician. I think you should reevaluate your relationship with him/her or look at yourself as his/her words of reassurance do not seem to be enough.

good luck






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Only further information regardinh routine blood and urine tests-> They are in normal ranges (Cholestrol round 160, etc.)
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No offense intended but I think this same question was asked and answered about 2 days.

Trust your cardiologist , if not seek a second opinion. Good luck and try and shake your obsession with your heart it's not you doing you or your heart any good. Take care, once again don't regard this as an insult, I know anything concerning your heart puts you on edge.
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Tickertock...I just have to say, that I appreciate your posts.  I have been trying to post a question for almost a week, but I only have computer access m-f and everything is "full" as I am on PST:-(  It is a bit frustrating when people ask a duplicate question.  But, I also understand the "being on edge" issue when it comes to something so serious...a good rule of thumb is this "if I stress or worry about it, I am only making the problem (if I have one) more serious than what it is!"

Thanks for listening:-)
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anything past 10 minutes on the treadmill with the Bruce protocol and you are basically in good shape.  Which is what the poster is.
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