It's been a weird morning, First, I can't sign into my personal email account. Then my son calls me to ask me what the email I sent him was all about. Seems someone stole my email account and is using it to solicit money. But the reason I am posting in here, is because my angina has become a daily occurrence for me. The last time I went to the hospital for this was about 3 years ago. At that time, I was told it was ischemia. What's the difference? Now I have angina that wakes me from a dead sleep. I have angina if I just get up and walk across a room. I am so tired of this. It always goes away within a few minutes and then I am fine. It's just that it happens every day now.
Good to see you in here again, dear friend. I know! I hate this! I spent so much time having this problem looked into only to be sent home with meds. I don't know. Maybe I have developed more blockages. I am beginning to wonder if my heart might be enlarged also. Certain sleep positions bring on chest pain, and it's always when I am on one of my sides and my arms are in front of me. Thanks for your post.
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