I got an ECG done today . It said the following " Rate - 112 ; PR 156 ; QRSD 108 ; QT 296 ; Qtc 395 Axis P 55 QRS 55 ; T -47 ; Sinus tachycardia Rate 107 -- Normal P axis , Rate >=100 ; Borderline Left atrial abnormality P>30 ms , <- .10mV VI ; Abnormal T Consider ischemia inferior leads .ECG said its borderline ECG . I was very tensed and anxious during the ECG .The GP told that the ECG is fine . Is there anything to be bothered in the ECG . I always ( atleast to my knowledge last 5 years) i have the abnormal T in the inferior leads . Just to rule out any problem because of thsi i got a CT angiography done ( 6 - 7 months back ) and it came out to be perfectly normal .
I am 31 year old male with a BMI of 24 exercising for atleast 150 min a week . My LDL is 123 and HDL is 47 and triglicerides 193 . Given this situation at what intervel do u recommend me to get heart checks done ? I have a family history of heart disease ( my grand mother has heart disease and my cousin has heart disease and he is diabetic )
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