hi am a 45 yearold female yesterday i had my yearly so had a EKG so far yhey have all came back normal however yesterday this one came back abnormal fo rthe first time i had also just came back from the lab i had been fasting for 14 hours and was so stressed when i got to the office i was hiot and needed fluids badly so i aske dif i could wait a few hours to calm down before doing this test but they wantes to do it so moving on the lady who did the test didnt have the leeds on right also kept talking to me i thought for this test you were suppose to relax guess not, so here are my results sinus rhythm probable inferior infact 25
It is possible dehydration caused the abnormal ekg but I am with Spade. Question your doctor about what it means and find out if it warrants an appointment with a cardiologist. From what I understand EKG machines can give false positive readings but a possible heart attack is something in my opinion that needs to be investigated. Take care and keep us posted on how you are doing.
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