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... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... blocked. I am scheduled for coronary bypass surgery this coming Tuesday At North Memorial Heart Center in Minneapolis. ... (0 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)
... My cardiologist said that the normal protocal is to treat the blocked arteries that I have with medicine first. They started me on 40mg of Pravastatin and 50mg of Metoprolol. ... (7 replies)
... The cardiologist said he wouldn't perform angioplasty on the one remaining good artery,which is partially blocked because the risk of stroke is great. ... (10 replies)
... Transient ischemia means that there is no blood flow to a particular area of the body for a temporary period. I think perhaps the cardiologist was simplifying things for you. If two of the three MAIN arteries were blocked, pretty much the entire heart would be totally infarcted, and your father would be dead. Yep...and also the fact that your father's health is very... (10 replies)
... i was treated last may/04 for atrial fib and flutter. after 6mos, my cardiologist said i had normal sinus rhythm after wearing a 30 day monitor. still i had episodes of dizziness, weakness, and near fainting. after a bad episode (i have 2-3 a week), they sent me by ambulance from out town to the u of m because our hospt. tested me and said i had 2nd degree heartblock (mobitz... (7 replies)
... The sinus node sends out electrical signals faster than usual, speeding up the heart rate. A heart rate greater than 100 beats per minute. ... (7 replies)
... Hi there....I think the main reason that your father is not a candidate for an angioplasty is because it sounds like he has pretty brittle congestive heart failure on top of his multi-vessel occlusion. As it is, he probably has very poor myocardial perfusion with what little vessel space he has left open, and since, when you are performing angioplasty on a vessel, there is a... (10 replies)
... The cardiologist explained that performing angioplasty on the remaining artery was too risky, if something went wrong it may close and that would be it. ... (10 replies)
... October, I had a heart attack. At the local hospital, they put a stent in but the artery was "large" and they didn't feel good about it so they flew me to a major university hospital. ... (0 replies)
... m 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)
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Jun 17, 2006
... Wow, that's scary! Two years ago I drove myself to ER for what I thought was a respiratory problem. Tests showed I had/have a completely blocked LAD (left side coronary artery), and there had been muscle damage due to a prior heart attack. I don't have diabetes; unfortunately for many diabetics they do not have any warnings (such as pain as blood flow decreases to the heart... (10 replies)
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Jun 19, 2005
... blocked the artery again and you are back on the collaterals. ... (7 replies)
... blocked, or an entire area perfused by that artery was infarcted, the person wouldn't be alive... ... (10 replies)
... About 8 months ago, I was hospitalized for lung edema and diagnosed with heart failure and coronary artery blockage. ... (4 replies)
... blockage in the right coronary artery. ... (21 replies)


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