I'm having an ultra sound on my heart

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I'm a bit concerned has I'm having an ultra sound on my heart tmorro has a follow up to my 24 hour monitor my father had a triple bypass in his 70s his brother died of an heart attack my nan had angina and subsequently died of an heart attack am I worrying unduly

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    I had no warning apart from headache and really tired and a taste of blood in the back of my throat, which I assumed was a honk on my nost too hard lol.    My Sister was on the phone and she was winding me up about people and I thought I had the hump,  but it must have been me stressed out. So no Stress  xxxx

     

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    Nost = nose lol  in Wins world xx
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    Hi..just seen your thread.I also worried what they would find with the echocardiogram as my dad's family has a history of heart and to be honest,when you are desperate for answers, it's easy to clutch at any answer because getting none is the tricky bit.anyway, the test was easy and my results were fine, but be prepared for a bit of blob rearrangement! Take care.
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    Not blob,boob!
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      They have there work cut out for sure with me nothing is straight forward I had blood poisoning 9 years ago and was sent home from hosp with antibiotics and told your fyne if you have any problems see your gp turned out I was rite I was too ill to be sent home and was back in for a week after that on I v antibiotics and then oral for another week consultant told me I was lucky I was 2 days from death charming ay
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