So, the nurse called me on Thursday at 4:30pm to tell me that they'd gotten blood tests done and that I don't have any abnormalities in all the blood markers they use to identify heart disease.
Which leads to the question, "Why do I have the EKG of a person who has had a heart attack if I don't have the markers for it?"
There are several possible answers, but it might take a Dr. House to identify them.
Meanwhile, though, I'm going to have the Thallium Treadmill Stress Test on Thursday AM so need to reschedule my trainer appoingment; she hasn't gotten back to me yet.
I am told it only takes a couple hours but it has to be at the hospital in Nuclear Medicine. !yay! ...
Meanwhile I got a deadly intense workout in between 5:10 and 5:40, every body part, to failure, descending sets on the Kaiser pneumatic machines. Started with Leg Press and moved DOWN.