About Me: Male, 71, dombivali, India, member since Sep 2008
I am an acupuncture therapist,a musician and a good person. I had an heart attack or angina attack just before one month and now i am taking chealation and eecp treatment from a good medical doctor. I am improving fast and i would like to know more about the care which
[More] i should take after my attack so that it does not come again
"Hi Thanks ed34
This is a good news. I really ran 1.5 KM of course i did get tired afterwards and took me sometime to stabilize my breath. The stents have been there since past 5 years. That means now it will not get blocked."
"Five years back i had angioplasty and two big stents were implanted in my Left Anterior Descending artery. Since then i am living very healthy life. Yesterday i took part in 1.5 Km running race in which i could easily complete it. How ..."
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