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... cardiac origins. A tough point is that your 50 mg. metoprolol may MASK some of the angina on exercise. Do you thinkl the pain would increase without it? ... (5 replies)
... Lenin, Thanks for the reply.... In response to your questions: 1. I have had chest x-rays but these have not showed anything. 2. When I exercise, most of the time there is no difference in pain. The number 2 type pain does sometimes appear to be sesitive to position. (5 replies)
... Is it a typical exercise angina pattern? ... (5 replies)

... use nitro for those times. Also an angiogram may not pick up blockages in the smaller capillaries and blood vessels which could also cause angina. Unfortunately stents and even bypass sometimes will not make the patient completely free of chest pain which can make it difficult to know what is an emergency and what isn't. ... (5 replies)
... Next day, had an angiogram, was told everything looked fine, no no blockages, stents were in place and good, nothing to be concerned about. ... (1 replies)
Jul 17, 2014
... I started with angina pain on exertion in 1992... ... (34 replies)
Feb 22, 2014
... ngs, then I can work out more, but I haven't gotten any kind of detailed instructions like you. And normally you don't see your cardiologist here until 2 months after the procedure, so unless I push that up a bunch, I probably won't have these kinds of answers until then. ... (34 replies)
Angina or what?
Aug 22, 2013
... Hello, I am new to this board and after much reading, I'll run my scenario past ya. I am 52 yrs old, I currently have 5 stents placed over the past 5 years. I still suffer angina a lot. Goes in bouts, sometimes numerous times a day and some days not at all. ... (5 replies)
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... but I only had 3 stents in the lad, all contiguous. ... (19 replies)
... I was 50 and had ongoing angina symptoms for several months leading up to a stress test and angiogram which gave the diagnosis. ... (19 replies)
Plavix and Stents
Jun 27, 2010
... This is my second go around with stents. Both times all stents were DES type. And both times I was told that I needed to stay on Plavix for at least a year. I have actually had three events of clogging arteries. ... (2 replies)
... in fact I couldn't walk one block without sitting down on the curb and letting the angina subside once or twice. ... (12 replies)
... But after that 7 years, my cardiologist was insistent that I have CAGB. I had six bypasses, recovered fairly quickly and discovered that my angina was gone. I could walk long distances without distress. The surgery was 28 years ago, and a recent arteriogram showed the bypasses still functioning. ... (19 replies)
... especially as I had no angina or other warning signals before the MI. ... (19 replies)
May 1, 2007
... There are assertions and some evidence the probability with metal stents vs. drug eluding stents to be somewhat higher than DES for restenosis. ... (2 replies)
... I asked what that would do for me. He couldn't speak English very well so I never got an answer, just a shrug. No doubt in my mind he was after the money and didn't really consider my best welfare. MY opinion was somewhat validated after he moved out of state a month later. ... (15 replies)
... Taniuchi M, Kurz HI, Lasala JM. Randomized comparisonof ticlopidine and clopidogrel after intracoronary stentimplantation in a broad patient population. ... (47 replies)
... I know it's possible because I've achieved it...and I pray I can stay there. I had 10 years of angina and one stent to open my clogged open heart work. ... (8 replies)

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