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Is an abnormal EKG with LBBB dangerous?
(from: Training for a Heart Attack)
As I suggested in this blog, your best way forward might be to ask for a CTCA. If the stress test and CTCA are both negative, you don't have coronary artery disease and are safe, but I am a little worried that you might be especially at risk, since you are usually asymtomatic and thus don't get warning signals to stop your activities if and/or when your heart doesn't get enough blood, increasing your risk for a heart attack.
On the other hand, regular exercise and other heart -healthy lifestyle measures such as yours are the best protective measures aginst a heart attack you can take. Therefore it is all the more important you get these tests completed and know waht to do!
Hope this helps,
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