I have chest pain, I have an ecg report saying Borderline ECG?

I have an ecg report saying Borderline ECG with following details

ECG report
Normal Sinus rhythm
RSR or QR pattern in V1 suggests right ventricular conduction delay
Borderline ECG

I am 27 year old male and in my family no one have any heart disease and neither I have any. Now due to some past incidences in last 3-4 months I was in stress and almost on 0 exercise. I am feeling some chest pain both the sides for some time in a day since last week. I am trying to come back to normal routine of exercising but still I thought to consult a doctor who took this ECG report and asked for number of other reports which on basis of it. I am not sure if I go ahead with further checkups or is this normal.


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Ayman Darrag
6:50 am

Hi and welcome to question doctors.com The computer makes it analysis based upon a textbook perfect and normal EKG pattern. Not many people will have such a textbook perfect and normal EKG. Therefore, any slight difference between your EKG pattern and this “perfect and normal” pattern may cause the computer to say “borderline ECG” – even though your EKG may be just fine and normal for you. Different people will have slightly different EKGs (almost like finger prints). A tall thin person will have a noticeably different EKG than a short round person. People with large and round chests may… Read more »

Ahmed Fawzy
1:32 pm

sympathetic over charge cause partial bundle block
U will get better eventualy with no drugs
If u r still concerned u should see a psychologist not a cardiologist ,the more relaxation u get the faster u improve