Said heart doc finally explained to me why my EKG says I've had a heart attack (actually, two, according to the graphs), but he says I haven't. My heart is probably rotated within my chest a bit, which causes the leads on the EKG machine to pick up signals that make it look as though I've had some problems, when in fact I never have.
In other news, my cholesterol is perfect. My weight is okay, but I'd like to lose 15 pounds. My weight goes up and down in a seasonal pattern; right now, I'm trying to hold it down so I don't have as much to lose next spring in order to go to Philmont. My BP is a wee bit high, so we're going to try adjusting current medication for 2-3 weeks and see if that doesn't make it better. If it doesn't, he'll prescribe something to bring it down. But really, I can't imagine a much better report for a man of my age.