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Forum Name: Ischemic Heart Disease
|lis_babe - Wed Sep 13, 2006 2:10 pm||
ajaust out of intersest why did this sites question page close down to new members?
26 yr old female..pain on walking upstairs...running...especially lifting..Palpitations...racing heart..skipped beats etc. Pain is felt as pressing on wrist and in neck..choking sensation..i get very dizzy..i feel thivk headed and confused..have had stress test, echo, ecg, holter showing pvcs and cardiolite..can you please advise me..i wanty an angiogram but do not know if i will get one...
|Theresa Jones, RN - Thu Sep 21, 2006 6:08 am||
There are such an overwhelming amount of unanswered posts that already exists, that it was the hope of the administration, that the current posts would be answered prior to new members being able to sign up. This, of course, is temporary. Hopefully, those that are searching for information, will view the forums and find the answers they are searching for, as there is a wealth of information available. If abnormalities were evident on the other diagnostic studies, I am sure that further diagnostics such as an angiogram would be a warranted procedure to identify any abnormalities, ie., narrowing, blockage, etc.
Theresa Jones, RN
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