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  • I would appreciate advice

    But I also just realized that I may not be warranted to post here since I haven't been diagnosed yet.

    I was admitted to the er with an abnormal heart rhythm and ekg, after 6 ekgs and still abnormal [ over time ] I had an echo, which was normal, a holter monitor, which was normal, and a stress test, which was normal. I'm very confused, I would appreciate any advice on where to go from here, I have an echo with contrast scheduled.

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    Lots of people have abnormal heart rhythms or EKGs. Sounds like you are doing the right thing and getting evaluated. Stick with your docs, get the contrast echo and see what they advise from there. With so many other normal tests, that's encouraging. Good luck!


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