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my dad who was 93 when he died a few years ago of what they called myocardial infarction. My dad had been...More
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CABG required/angioplasty, control by medication?
My uncle is 57 years old. Leads a very sedentary lifestyle, vegetarian, not a smoker and doesn't drink alcohol....More
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Cholestrol mystery
I have been on 20 mg simvastatin for a year now with no issues and worked very well. Lowered my cholesterol...More
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I HAD 2 BYPASS GRAFTS 3 YEARS AGO BUT NOW I CANNOT DO ANY EXERCISE WITHOUT PAIN. SPECT SCAN SAYS DEFECT IN...More
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Lipitor Question
Hi - say I have been on Lipitor for many years - started on 10 mg, then 20 mg and now 40 mg so my numbers...More
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Nuclear stress test result meaning
Im 49 years old male with no history of heart problems. active, blood pressure and cholesterol levels ok. I...More
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mild reversible myocardial ischemia
I am 52 years 75kgs. TG-350, LDL-86, TSH-14.71. BP-130/80 my TMT report is as follows:- He exercised fro...More
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