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RBBB and palpitations
RBBB, either complete or incomplete, palpitations etc have little significance in someone with an otherwise normal heart. This sounds like your situation. With all the testing that has been done, you know your heart is OK, and you undoubtedly have been told so by your doctors.
For reassurance read this:
You’ll find these are rather common complaints and most people don’t need treatment, only reassurance once their heart proves OK.
Hope this helps,
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