i went for ecg show that is abnormal, i am 18 years old quite fit i am a competitive cyclist doing time trial and cycled close to 2 yrs with no problems, i weight 58kg and 174cm in height. why is it abnormal??
What did the doctor says? i once had an ECG done which show possible LVH,which is some thickening left ventricle muscle i think,but ECG is not accurate on diagnosed that,so and echo was done which came out fine..so wat did ur doctor says about ur abnormal ECG?
i am a loadmaster in the air force and on a contract so health report need to renew every year. pass 2008 one but fail ecg for 2010.......... i have no symptoms like chest pain, heart pain in fact i feel normal
hi,because ECG is a computer generate result and no doctors can sure that u had an left aterial enlargement,and they only way to confirm this is by an echo.And a lot of factors can affect the ECG result..
Cant see the figures properly,is it 76? and its do look fine,a normal heart rate is ranging from 60-100 bpm,and as for physically fit people,like soldiers and etc,they do have 60 beats below.100bpm above then it would be considered tachy.
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