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right axis deviation - ECG
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I visited my doctor for check up last week. He informed me that I have irregular heartbeats and sent me out for Blood tests and ECG.   Blood tests indicated normal CK and CK-MB level, ECG reported " sinus rhythm 71 BPM and Right axis deviation".  My doctor said it will cause fluid buildup in lower limbs and cause chest pains after long walks but also said I don't have to worry about this.  I still have concerns.    Please advise if my heart is still okay with this right axis deviation?  Will it be serious in the long term?  
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