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Hi, I have been suffering from heart palpitations for most of my life. Recently during a very stressful time they got a lot worse and I almost fainted a few times. I had a check up and hey ran a lot of blood tests, which were all normal, then they did an ECG which was abnormal. The report says this:
Report: Sinus rhythm ST depression in leads 2, 3 and AVF. Negative wave in lead 3 (approx 1mm).
With that they sent me to the cardiologist who did an echo, I have attached the results. They also did an exercise test which was normal. Now the doctor has told me the echo is fine and all things point to it being caused by stress. I happened to get hold of the echo report today though, I know I shouldn't read it when I don't understand but it looks bad to me, some of the things on it sound ominous.... I feel like I have a time bomb in my chest now. Can anyone tell me if I should be worried?
In case it's relevant I am 155cm (5'1) 46kg (101lbs) and 26 years old. My BP is 100/60 and resting heart rate is 90.
Thanks for any help!
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