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Flying with narrowed arteries?
After months of investigations and normal tests I've finally found a problem as a result of paying for a CT Coronary Angiogram. All I know right now is that I have a narrowing of the left main artery but I don't know the extent or the cause. I am now waiting to have a standard angiogram but I am supposed to be flying to the US from the UK in 3 weeks. Has anyone flown soon after an angiogram? How about after a stent? Appreciate your thoughts.
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11548417 tn?1480750569
Normally, only in the first week after PCI/angiogram you have to take it easy.

After that week there are no restrictions and you can pick up your usual activities again (including physical exercising).
So, flying will be no problem.

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