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... On the question of my developing fresh angina, he told me that, my other coronary arteries are fine at this stage, and my angina is because of the disturbance in the collaterals developed as a compensation of Right coronary artery after MI. ... (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)
... MI of 34. I developed this chest pain on climbing stairs a month ago so I went to a cardiologist, who did an ecg and told me that I had suffered an inferior wall MI some time in the past. I was totally devastated bythe news. ... (4 replies)

... blockage in my right coronary artery and a medicated stent inserted, I continued to have chest pains. ... (12 replies)
Death Sentence
Sep 5, 2003
... You almost sound like a Doctor, but by reading your post I can see you're not. You know if you hadn't told me I wouldn't have known I had (CAD). You should of read my post. Since I described my blockages in my arteries I already knew that. The not being able to repair my heart is referring to (CAD) not my heart attack. You assumed wrong when you made the willing to bet... (6 replies)
Death Sentence
Sep 5, 2003
... pass operation." I would be willing to bet that what they actually told you was that coronary bypass graft surgery was not warranted in your situation because of the occlusions and the coronary arteries involved. ... (6 replies)
Suspecting CAD
Jul 23, 2014
... ekg said i had an anterior MI date undetermined i had the MRA showed the coronary arteries were spasming i was diagnosed with coronary artery spasms.. so it wasnt a test exactly. ... (4 replies)
Suspecting CAD
Jul 3, 2014
... ray, MI enzymes blood work and an echocardiogram, all good. ... (4 replies)
... Spasms could be causing these nervous type feelings in your chest. Coronary artery spasms can also cause a heart attack if the spasm continues long enough, and blocks blood flow to the myocardium long enough. ... (7 replies)
... o. He discusses the pro's and con's, gives his opinions too on what he prefers and doesn't and why, but always leaves any treatment decisions up to my husband. Right now he is feeling so frightened and helpless I know this gives him back a feeling he still has some control over his life. ... (3 replies)
... Also the mere fact that my report states the changes of 1.0mm upsloping ST depression occurred right after test began in stage one is and indicatior for more serious and significant predictor of ischaemia. ... (11 replies)
... y heart, and when I have had the 3 beat palps, I cough very hard a couple of times. I read an article a while back, that said you could help save your life if an MI comes on and you are alone, by constant, deep coughing. I think the deep coughing is supposed to help blood to circulate, and maybe restore your heart's rhythm. ... (4 replies)
... to build up your exercise routine. I should caution you though that it should really be done with a physician's supervision because of the diagnosed angina and coronary artery disease. If there is improvement to be made in your eating habits, you need to make them too. ... (6 replies)
... dary to exercise, emotional stress, CHF, hypertension, tachycardia, sepsis, etc., can lead to a worsening of symptoms. Ischemia can occur in patients with normal coronary arteries in the setting of LV hypertrophy, aortic stenosis or insufficiency, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, coronary vasospasm, or cocaine abuse. ... (1 replies)
... I after a MI 6 years ago and a stent inplanted still have simular pains and all Dr's say it's not my heart but the muscle pulling from my chest bone, there's a name for it? ... (5 replies)
... remaining good artery,which is partially blocked because the risk of stroke is great. I also understand when you perform angioplasty that there is a risk of the artery being worked on may close completely at some point after surgery. Obviously in our case this is a huge risk. ... (10 replies)
... it could easily either exacerbate his heart failure, or even worse, cause an MI right on the table. ... (10 replies)

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