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Abnormal ekg with perfect blood work
Abnormal ekg again but cardiologist never said I had an issue but now I've developed palpitations but have been under an increased amount of stress. I'm going to see a different cardiologist but I'm confused. If my ekg shows incomplete right bundle branch block and left anterior farscicular block what does that mean? My blood work is all normal, blood pressure is always excellent. I don't have high cholesterol either.
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I hope ur echo has been done and it’s normal. If not get an exho done. Ur Ecg shows changes and warrants a Holter evaluation as u have palpitations . And I hope thyroid evaluation has been done in ur blood work
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Without symptoms no need to treat Incomplete RBBB and LAH. If palpitations are there need holter recording and show to electrophsioogist
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Palpitations will need Holter monitoring to look for irregular but fast or slow heart beats! Based on the report, you may be advised further evaluation.
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Stress relaxation methods Avoid tea, coffee, smoking (if present) If persistent palpitations, Holter analysis with a  Cardiologist
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