I recently had a stress ekg/echo test performed due to chest pain I have encountered over the last few months. My doctor said that the echo came out completely normal. He said the ekg was also normal, BUT...my test showed t-wave inversion at different stages of the test, on and off. T-waves were inverted before the test, and a couple times during. After the test they were not. He said this is referred to as "non-specific". I am still a little concerned about this finding. The t-waves were down more than up based on what he showed me. Should I get a second opinion on this issue -- or am I being hypersensitive? Thanks.