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... pirin, platelet reducuing drug and norvasc. I am having fat free diet and have quit smoking since my angiography. I asked my doctor why he did not try to open my blocked artery, on which he said that it was not beneficial at this stage and had some life threatening risks as well. ... (4 replies)
... of your RCA, you likely STILL have at least partial blockages in your other two main coronary arteries. The pain you are experiencing now, may be angina related to partial occlusion of those arteries. ... (4 replies)
... Now my question is how I did not get any pain in 6 months after blockage of my main artery and suffering MI, and suddenly I developed this new pain, when my other arteries are OK. What could be the reason? ... (4 replies)

... blocked Right Coronary artery, yet you did not have any symptoms because of good collaterals. But I thought blockage of a main coronary artery almost always result in Myocardial Infarction. ... (18 replies)
... and because of the location of the blockage, I am not a candidate for stents or a bypass. I had no symptoms of coronary artery disease. This also showed a calcium score of 3, which is very good. I would say, in my case, at least, it was well worth the money. ... (18 replies)
... Dear all I am quite fine and feeling better. Lost 7 kg of weight and get pain rarely now, only if I have a big dinner, at times, not always. However I want to discuss another issue, ie when I bend down to pick some thing up, I suddenly feel a rush of blood in my head, which is so furious that I have to get back up, or get on my knees to pick it up. Waht can be the reason of... (4 replies)
Blocked artery
Oct 11, 2008
... The reason they don't open that artery is likely because it is your right coronary artery or the RCA, and studies have shown that opening chronic blockages in this artery don't often benefit the patient. ... (5 replies)
... Hi again, sounds like you're being looked after well! It's also quite evident that you are very up to speed with your current treatments, which will obviously help in your recovery. One comment about RCA blockages--repeated studies have been unclear whether angioplasty is beneficial in those circumstances rather than just medical therapy (which you are on). It is... (4 replies)
... The report even said "SUPERIOR output for a male his age." Angiogram said a completely blocked Right Coronary Artery. ... (20 replies)
... him right there on the spot...it is good for both of us that I never saw him again. ... (9 replies)
... I am trying to condition my heart after having had a completely blocked right coronary artery opened and stented almost three years ago. THere were "several smaller blockages" seen on angiogram. ... (8 replies)
... Was it the 64 slice ct coronary angiogram? ... (2 replies)
CAD symptoms??
Aug 27, 2006
... but something that feels IDENTICAL frequently is. It was my main symptom of a blocked right coronary artery. For all intents and purposes it IS heartburn but not from the usual cause, gastic reflux. ... (18 replies)
... right coronary artery. ... (4 replies)
... in the Right Coronary Artery, I was admitted the day of the Angio and had a triple bypass 3 days later. ... (19 replies)
... blockage in the right coronary artery. ... (21 replies)
... I am a 43 year old female Mother of 2 wonderful boys. I have heart disease, my first heart attack was in June of 2004. At that time they placed 5 stents in my right coronary artery. Until recently, there have been no reacurances. I was just released from the medical center the other day due to the same thing you were having. ... (3 replies)
... My feeling is that if the same vessel is involved the second time the symptoms will be very similar. For example, if one felt a certain syndrome when his right coronary artery was almost entirely blocked and the pain went away when it was stented, then if the stent reclogged I think the sensations would be almost identical. ... (34 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)
... complete reversibility associated with a large inferior wall defect without reversibility consistent with ischemia in the distribution of the anterior descending coronary artery and infarction in the distribution of the right coronary artery. ... (8 replies)


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