Could you interpret my ECG (Apple Watch)? Watch

Anony97
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Hey guys,
So I was curious and wanted to try the ecg feature on my mums watch, I’ve looked at her results and all seems fairly normal. However when I tried it, I was a bit unhappy with my t wave as its a bit large( tried it at least 6 times). I know I shouldn’t rely on the results as it’s not as accurate but Opinions would be great
https://imgur.com/gallery/UER3a8t
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I doubt anyone here is going to be able to help. If you are worried, see your GP who can arrange a proper ECG.
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(Original post by Anony97)
Hey guys,
So I was curious and wanted to try the ecg feature on my mums watch, I’ve looked at her results and all seems fairly normal. However when I tried it, I was a bit unhappy with my t wave as its a bit large( tried it at least 6 times). I know I shouldn’t rely on the results as it’s not as accurate but Opinions would be great
https://imgur.com/gallery/UER3a8t
The Apple Watch is unlikely to give very accurate ECG tracings, being on from one area of the body (equivalent to a one lead ECG). The usual "proper" ECG is done from twelve leads!!

(From the Apple Watch website, the purpose of ECG on the watch is mainly to detect an irregular heart rhythm, or slow / fast heart rates
https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT208955)

See your GP if you're worried as black tea said.

(Original post by black tea)
I doubt anyone here is going to be able to help. If you are worried, see your GP who can arrange a proper ECG.
Even if we could, we shouldn't
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