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It turns out that reading an ECG takes quite a lot of time and they prefer to have two sections of data to work with.
No exaggeration, this really is the most relived about anything I have ever felt in my life.
My family also have a heart disease history. I think about it every month. I try to adjust my life habbits accordingly, and have a general medical exam every year. So far so good.
It is sometimes hard to deal with external stress, usually from professional life. This can be a trigger to heart attacks. Humor, is the cure.
Wish you many, many posts back here.
>>it would be a shame to go so close to 1,000 posts
LOL.. Mardi_Gras, I can't believe you said that! It just shows how inculturated we become.
It's also in my family, but it mostly hits the men - in their early 50's. I get an occasional twinge and I think that's what it is; I generally get into bed for a day and start thinking of what'll happen to domain names registered to me if I kick off. Plus, when my time comes, I'd much prefer that it be AFTER an update, not just a few days before. I'd never rest in peace not knowing.
Always advocate for yourself - push for tests - because sometimes the doctors really don't know what is going on.
Im a bit of a hypochondriac so I always think im dying, if I suddenly had heart pains Id probably have a heart attack on the way to the hospital from stress:) Im a doctors worst nightmare:)