I am 67 and six months ago i had a HA. ALD 100%. Was takes to hospital and got a stent. My blood pressure has always been low (100/60), Cholestrol Low, never smoked and exercised regularly. No Family History. Since the HA i have been told I have a EF of 25-30. I did great on the stress test. Never short of breath, no angina. Feel pretty well normal . Exercising for hour and half three days a week, walk several miles on others. Up and down stairs 15-20 times a day. My question is how long can i expect to live? and also I stopped my light drinking since the HA, but now I see reports that light drinking can be beneficial. Should my EF slowly improve.? taking plavix, aspirin, ace inhibitor and beta blocker.View Thread
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