Approx 2 years ago i had an angiagram done after becoming tight chested and breayhless at work. I am a 57yr old male. For about 18 months after the test I never had anymore problems.This September I started getting the breathless eposodes again. The funny thing is that i seem to always get them at rest. I have undergone stress tests and they found i have
late inferateral repolarisation during recovery
I'm sorry to hear you're having some trouble. It is unclear to me what might be going on here. If you had a stent placed during your angiogram 2 years ago, and you're having the same symptoms, it might be that the stent is now narrowed. The significance of the late inferolateral repolarization is unclear to me. Early inferolateral repolarization has been described and can be linked to poor outcomes, but i'm not sure what the late repolarization is referring to. Early repolarization is also seen in healthy professional athletes. My recommendation would be to discuss your symptoms and stress test findings with your cardiologist to develop a plan of action. Hope this helps.
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