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Just had my second ECG

Hey have been sent to my local hospital for my second ECG. Was given the results and told to give them to my GP. Of course being 18 I could only help to look at the results and photocopy them. Just wondering what you guys think of these results:

First ECG
Normal Sinus rhythm with sinus arrhythmia
Nonspecific intraventricular conduction delay
Borderline ECG

After that first ECG I was sent back and told to get another one done. Here are the results:
Normal sinus rhythm
Nonspecific intraventricular conduction delay
Borderline ECG

Do alot of sport, running football rugby and basketball. Have been feeling a general chest pain along with shortness of breath when I do sports... Anyone got any Ideas what it could be? anything to worry about??

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oh and have always got slightly high blood pressure.. if thats helps.

P.S. have been sent to a cardiologist

You reckon I can still continue playing all my sports? training starts again next week and havent done any sport since first ECG>
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have woken up two days ago with really puffy and ridiculously red eyes, like never before!
Anyone any ideas??
Please, generally a really nervous person..
want to know what is up...
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Normal sinus rhythm indicates that the impulses generated from the sinus node is normal so heart rate should be normal  The impulses may have some obstruction or a variant along the impulse pathway that delays the impulse to contract the heart's ventricles.  Nonspecific indicates the condition must be correlated with the patient's clinical status.
Usually not considered significant unless it is a defect and nonspecific IVCD's include:
Ventricular hypertrophy (especially LVH),  Myocardial infarction (so called periinfarction blocks),  Drugs, especially class IA and IC antiarrhythmics (e.g., quinidine, flecainide),
Hyperkalemia (jhigher than normal postassium level).
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