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Old 01-20-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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T-wave flattening on ECG

I had one of those fast (maybe 1 min) ECG's and it showed T-wave flattening (just a couple). What does that mean?

My blood work was normal.

I already went through heart testing because I had complex PVC's. Normal stress test and ultrasound.

Blood pressure has been lower than normal on a couple of readings lately. Diastolic reading in the 60's,, that's unusual for me. I'm normally in the pre-hypertension range.

What do these results mean? Could it be nothing to worry about? I can't imagine it could be when I've had 2 tests that showed nothin.

 
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