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Jessali21 Fri 26-Jun-20 11:44:16

Does anybody know anything about ecg results? I have mine but don’t know what I’m looking at? I was wondering if this appears normal? Thanks any help would be great

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bluemolly Fri 26-Jun-20 11:45:59

Do you have an appointment to get the results explained?

Jessali21 Fri 26-Jun-20 11:55:42

This was from an ambulance ecg which didn’t require hospitalisation. So not much was said. Obviously I know it cannot be bad if I wasn’t taken in but just wondered if any one could shed anymore light on it x

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Jessali21 Fri 26-Jun-20 13:30:10

Bump

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bluemolly Fri 26-Jun-20 14:22:06

I don’t think you can expect people online to diagnose you, sorry. Can you ask your GP!

HappyHammy Fri 26-Jun-20 14:24:34

This isnt really the right place to ask. Sorry.

Jessali21 Fri 26-Jun-20 14:30:01

I wasn’t looking for a diagnosis I was purely asking for an option on wether this looks normal

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bluemolly Fri 26-Jun-20 15:01:42

We can’t tell you that without all the context of your health. Talk to your GP.

Jessali21 Fri 26-Jun-20 15:03:16

I understand that

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TwerkForTeachers Sat 27-Jun-20 03:13:15

You've posted a tiny tiny piece of the ECG, so nobody could possibly tell you anyway. But an ECG needs to be interpreted alongside your symptoms and history - which is what the ambulance will have done on scene - so it's not really possible to do online.

The part you've posted doesn't look textbook normal but isn't immediately concerning, but this could change depending on the parts we don't know.

AllyBamma Sat 27-Jun-20 03:30:54

You’ve only given us a picture of 3 out of 12 leads, also without knowing clinical history, symptoms, previous medical history and a previous ECG to compare it to (ideally), it is absolutely impossible to comment on what’s ‘normal’. Follow up with your GP.

sashh Sat 27-Jun-20 03:38:32

What the last 2 posters said, you have only shown 3 leads.

The paper is also not flat.

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