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... ball on my taxes so I'll just touch on your a few topics you brought up now...and more when I get the Fed and two states off my back. ... (36 replies)
... Some people do continue to have angina after stent placement. ... (2 replies)
... do not, it is a false premise to assume the experience will be the same prior to the stent! Maybe likely, so I lowered the probability after giving that issue some thought before posting a response. ... (12 replies)

... Usually after an episode and a stent implant there are new variables that may or may not have a physiological effect. ... (12 replies)
... of heart attack survivors develop anxiety. I was there. I had my MI at age 35 in 2002. I spent the next 6 months as a "cardiac cripple" and was in the ER 3 more times for two more caths, and a second stent. ... (8 replies)
... stent angina but still a feeling of tightness and pressure. After multiple ER visits, cardiology visits, nuclear stress tests, a repeat angiogram, etc. ... (3 replies)
Taxus stent
Jun 19, 2005
... You DO know, I'm sure that the TAXUS STENT was recalled in rather large numbers last year. ... (7 replies)
... but then I am very fond of the "no pain, no gain" school of thought on exercise. It seems that a large bout of angina protects against a day full of lesser angina. ... (36 replies)
... The first two resulted in stents, the third was because I felt awful after the 2nd stent, and so they checked me the next week and it looked fine. ... (8 replies)
... causing a lesion and the normal response is platelet activation. The adherence of the platelets form a clot. So the treatment is to prevent the activation of platelets that would cause a clot. ... (47 replies)
... The stent removed many of the infrequent symptoms of angina...but since they were on an increasing rate who knows where I would be without having had the procedure. ... (36 replies)
... ups and maintaining my very strict diet, exercise and cholesterol levels as I did in the years immediately after the first heart attack 20 years earlier. Even though I was still very good in following a good heart protocol, I know I could have been better. ... (12 replies)
... Nosa47, what a birthday gift you received last year! There are two ways of looking at it, it seems to me...."A bummer of a gift", or "geeze, they saved my life!" I do hope that you had, or will have a much better birthday this year. ... (9 replies)
... From what I have seen there is a specific course of medication to accompany the treatment. ... (36 replies)
... Flowergirl, at least there was some communication. I was hijacked into a situation due to a lack of communication and my and family ignorance to heart disorders. ... (20 replies)
... Nosa47, thanks for answering all of my questions in such a clear and concise way. I can actually understand all that you wrote. ... (9 replies)
... It is a shame that there is nothing less invasive to check out the condition of a stent. Or IS there? ... (3 replies)
... Lenin, Yes, you are right of course, I am a little naive. But I think we need different strategies to tackle these diseases. ... (36 replies)
... arrived in 5 minutes. They used defibulators to shock him. I don't see how they couldn't get his heart going again wih the defibulators if it was just 5 minutes after it stopped. My dad never knew he was gonna die. It was a day like any other. ... (4 replies)
... As mentioned by KK there is endothelial dysfunction which seems to respond to folate or folic acid dose. There also seems to be a risk with taking nitrates. ... (36 replies)




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