i have a lot of chest pains an every time i go in t0 the hospital they do an ecg an blood test wich shw im having a hart attac but an angiagram said im not why dose the ecg tel me iv got an abnormality on the hart dose any one know what it is an what its called im confused .com now
The cause for the heart attacks could be transient episodes of reduced blood supply to the heart muscle, referred to as angina. This is due to vasospasm, which is reversible. The EKG will reflect this changes but as there is no permanent narrowing of the vessels, the angiogram will not reflect this.
But you should take adequate measures to prevent these changes, aim for optimum weight with regular physical exercise. Other risk factors like diabetes and hypertension need to be adequately controlled. You should consult your doctor for further advice and therapy.
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