I recently had a stress test that showed "non diagnostic st depression". Everything else was normal. My echocardiogram came back normal, but when I read the report it said "mildly sclerotic aortic leaflets". I am 52, female, healthy. I had these tests due to pvcs (that I have had for 13 years). I can't get in to see a cardiologist for 4 weeks. My general practice doctor has been non commital as to whether I should continue with my normal exercise routine or not. She is also "an alarmist" sometimes. I take 240mg of Verapamil a day. Could this be the cause of the st depression? Can the sclerotic aorta be reversed with diet and exercise?
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