About Me: Female, 64, cumming, GA, member since Oct 2009
60 years old. No health problems until 4 months ago other than high cholesteral. Smoker for 40 years. Trying to quit. 4 months ago started with pressure in both ears followed by stabbing high chest pain and tingling down the backs of both arms. Beginning to end lasting
[More] less than 3 minutes. Had lots of tests seen cardiologist, gastro guy and special ENT. All tests within the normal range. Now on Norvasc 5 mg morning and night. Episodes have decreased in duration and frquency. Nobody seems able to give me any diagnosis or prognosis as these events do continue.
Just a quick note to say hi! Just wanted you to know I have to have a cariac cath on Wednesday..had a abnormal EKG today Im pretty scared but I need to know if there is anything wrong..been suffering way to long..thanks for commenting on my post..
You take it at your own speed dear friend. I know in my case the walking does so much good for me. The last time I dd walk I wasn't able to go any further than 2 miles. Besides the chest pains I am now having pain in my left leg again. It was blocked and stented in 2002. So I know that it is blocked again. Take care, Ally
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