Answered by: Dr Sri Viknarajan
2 days ago, I experienced chest pain with palpitation. The pain started at middle chest while lying on bed and the pain eventually spread to whole chest area.
At ER, Blood test was taken twice and the result of cardiac enzymes is showing normal ckmb n troponin. ECG report indicate there is upright T waves over V4-6 (screen twice with similar result)
My age is 33 with no medical record no family with heart problem record.
Dr say that this is symptom of gerd but i rarely have gastric.
My concern is the ECG report, what is meant by V4-6 and is this indication oh heart problem?Is this a symptom of unstable angina?
Hello and thank you for addressing your concern.
According to your statement, we believe a thorough clerking, investigation and examination needs to be done first on our behalf, in order to clearly understand what we are facing at the moment. Correspondingly, the given information by you might only touched the surface of an underlying problem.
Notably, there are many other criteria that are equally vital in diagnosing a patient, that usually includes
With that being said I hope you would take the extra initiative discuss further with your doctor or to contact our doctor using this link (DoctorOnCall) in order to maximise the help that you can get.