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Posted by Fliveya(screen name)
on August 15, 2000 at 15:57:14:
In Reply to: ekg results posted by Jared Holman on August 13, 2000 at 14:01:17:
: I have had three ekg's within the last month and a half for an air force flight physical. Each time the results have come out different. The first time I had an abnormal qrs rythm. The second time the ekg showed I had tachycardia. The third time the ekg showed that I had arrythmia. I know I have a healthy heart because I am very active in the outdoors and I do intense aerobic workouts without exhibiting any heart problem symptons at any time. However, these results are very frustrating and I am sure they are making the air force very nervous. Could some one explain to me what is going on? My guess is that it is operator error or perhaps I am doing something during the test to set the sensitive machine off. Any comments would be appreciated. REPLy Shortly after mastectomy I went to aerobics clasfor the first time and remember feeling chest pains and I had to sit outside and felt very ill and after that ther eis just a mental blank Can,t re,ember what happened after that it is easy to do too much exercise The class instructress must have been marvellous to tell me to go and sit outside ,probably to get more air I honestly don,t thinki was eating quite enough nutritious food at that time asnd probably rushing to get out to the class it is probably best to try and be in a lower gear for a while ie slow down a little ,maybe So Probably you have to make sure you are eating enough of the right food sand that you have enough fresh air whilst you are exercising You might have to wear a halt monitor for a while From Fliveya
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