I am a 39 yr old male and my job sent me for a stress test the other day that was required for a school I must attend. The school incorporates some moderate exercise into their curriculum. Needless to say I failed the test, at the very end when the treadmill was at its highest incline my BPM went up to about 250. A little about me, I am fairly active, I run about 4 times a week and never had a problem during any of my runs. After the test I was told that I needed further testing and had a sonogram and bloodwork done. I also left the office wearing a Holter Monitor. I am really bummed out and kinda scared about the whole thing. I really need to attend this school for career progression now I'm not sure if they will clear me to go. I went out yesterday and ran a few miles and had no ill effects..I really just don't understand what this all means. Any imput would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for listening.
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