About 6 years back when I was first diagnosed with High BP an ECG was also done.The doctor told me that since I had T wave inversion and there are no other symtoms I can assume that everything is normal.I take 5 gm of Lisinopril and walk 3 miles in 36 minutes 5 days in a week .My BP is generally around 115/78 and pulse rate 72 .Recently when I decided to do a new term life insurance the T Wave inversion showed again on my ECG and insurance company wants to triple my rates due to this.
Is there any treatment for T Wave Inversion ?
Is there a way I can rule out the possibilty that it not a threat for my life.
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