You are entitled to a procedure report regarding your test. I'd ask for the test results, read them, and then contact your doctor with your experience. Keep us informed.
42 yrs old, female, normal menstrual cycle, smoker, non diabetic, with high resting heart rate, normal blood pressure and quite high cholesterol levels.
I have also a very strange experience. Last September I had a treadmill stress test. I had to be checked because I had recurrent chest pains during effort. The doctor during the examination told me it was normal but when I opened the file of my results, three days after the test, I saw that it was signed as positive. I am completely confused.
What to believe, doctor's words or her notes on the paper? She never told me what further evaluation should I do to check it. I have no idea what to do next.
I had a st depression of 2,8mm during the third part of the test. No arrytmia, just very rapid increasing of heart rate. The Duke Treadmill score was -11 indicating moderate risk for coronary artery disease but nobody told me what to do next.
Best bet is to follow through and get more tests done, especially if you're in a remote location.
In your instance I would trust the notes since it is very possible they noticed something while reviewing the data to while writing their notes.