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I recently had an ECG but this wasn't explained to me.

I recently had an ECG but this wasn't explained to me. Would tell me, please, what the numbers etc mean .HR68 bpm. Abnormal ECG "Unconfirmed"10:54:53. Normal sinus rhythm with occasional premature ectopic complexesGRS0.080s0.382/0.406s. Left axis deviation.-27deg -32deg 44deg. (The ' degrees' are represented by superscript o)I had an MRI which showed an enlarged blood vessel near my left ear which means I can hear my pulse constantly, so I know it skips a beat and races at intervals. I am not at all worried about this but curious to know what the readings mean. Thankyou for your help.

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ECG 12 lead analysissinus rhythmNo pathological Q waves

ECG 12 lead analysissinus rhythmNo pathological Q waves seenVoltage normalSatisfactory R wave progression through the chest leads- some degree of cardiac rotationLeft axis deviation and marginally widened QRs-Left anterior hemi-blockBorderline T wave abnormally aVL- may be secondary to axis shiftMinor abnormalities seen as above.comparison with other ecg's may be helpful.

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Food goes down nonprob loads of wind mate Just a bit of

Food goes down nonprob loads of wind mateJust a bit of reassurance over windy esophicus Payne'sI b s upper gas causing it as usual went away for a while

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Chip Been good marriage back on track I got the old windy

Hi chipBeen good marriage back on trackI got the old windy Payne's and floaty esophicus sensations upper I b s back ?Blood work attached

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At the end of last year I was admitted to hospital. On

Hi! At the end of last year I was admitted to hospital. On discharge I was diagnosed with ‘Bystander Coronary Artery Disease' with AF. I have had a number of assessments since and I am seeing the consultant tomorrow. I don't understand what this disease is. What is likely to happen in terms of treatment and/or intervention? I am a 58 year old male. I am also mildly asthmatic

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Chip I've got what I think is chafing on my inner right

Hi chip I've got what I think is chafing on my inner right thigh I did a lot of running and digging in garden yesterday in tight jeans it was hot.The pic shows it with Sudafed cream all over its slightly raised red and sire to the touch and rubs again st the other inner thigh if I walk

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Chip With my last bloods I don't need liver scan.? Liver guy

Hi chipWith my last bloodsI don't need liver scan. ?Liver guy keeps saying I do my doc says no need dovthe bloods give you the all's good ?

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If diagnosed with Marfan syndrome displaying mild

If diagnosed with Marfan syndrome displaying mild presentation and no cardiac involvement could you continue to play college basketball?

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I gather that most people's pulse rises when they breathe in

I gather that most people's pulse rises when they breathe in and drops as they exhale. Recently I've noticed my own pulse doing the opposite, when I'm out of breath it can be quite extreme: one beat as I breathe in, two rapid beats as I exhale, and it feels quite uncomfortable. Over the past 4 years I've noticed my heart missing the odd beat, and that seems to be getting worse. Finally, when I find something extremely funny - whether I laugh or not - I feel a sudden tightness in the front of my chest and a sudden hot pain across my shoulders and down the backs of my arms, which stops after a couple of seconds just as suddenly as it started. What might be going on?

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