I am a 38 year old male, 5'11, 192lbs., last BP 130/92. I recently had an ECG which noted "Left Anterior Fascicular Block" (QRS -45 degrees). I also have the following symptoms and history, and would like a general opinion about a possible relationship between symptoms:
-some shortness of breath (chronic, mild drowning sensation) and inability to clear a yawn (takes about 3-4 tries to get a good yawn), and frequent feeling of need to yawn
-Anisochoria (left pupil larger than right, and is almost double the diameter when I'm under stress)
-I have infrequent migraine headaches (no headache to speak of, just visual disruption)
-I had an auto accident several years ago and suffered whiplash (had headaches, neck pain and stiffness for over a year after accident)
Is there a common nerve pathway that could tie any of these symptoms together? Could I possibly have compression to a nerve that was caused by the car accident?
I am scheduled to have a stress test in late June, but would like to know if I should be concerned about the ECG.