I suffered mild heart attack n massive angina attact over 11 yrs ago aged 34 yrs angiogram found I ad narrowing of the arteries. Wich I stent implants. Then last year I was waking most nearly every day the early hours with angina pain. On several occations I was adviced 2 go in hospital then discharged with no diagnosis. My doctor was saying these attacks were more stomach related than angina. I in the end got a private consultation with my old cardiologist who looked at all my heart traces and noticed a change in them. He did another angio wich out ruled blockages to. The opposite side of my heart. N diagnosed me with vasopastic angina. He gave me some new channel blockers. Wich have helped, but I'm still having. Frequent attacks wich are getting more severe each time. I did not realize these attacks were life threatening, I ad an attack a couple of weeks ago n learned from my partner that I went unconcious white in colour n was struggling 2 breathe. By the time I came round the ambulance crew we're there but I just thought it was something I had 2 learn 2 live with. I have been to my gp n he's done bloods n ECG wich I am awaiting now for results. My GP as said I could be suffering seizures but by what my partner as said happened. I think I av suffered another mildd heart attack so will they still be able to trace it if I have after over a week.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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