Posted By Pat Ambro on July 28, 1999 at 09:55:16
I went to the doctor for heartburn. Being a 54 year old woman, he immediately gave me a electrocardiogram. He said that the test showed that I was not getting any blood to the front of my heart. Faxed the results to a cardiologist and he told me to make an appointment. From that I received a thallium stress test and ecocardiogram. According to the cardiologist everything thing is great. My question is... can a ekg show no blood going to the front of the heart and these tests show everything is ok?
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