I have had lots of heart issues had ablation a yr ago I have a loop recorder installed in my chest im lightheded almost every day had clean angio 11 yrs ago (yes I know 11yrs ago) lately just for a few days now if I have sex my face gets very very hot I get very hot and sweaty and my left chest area down my arm feels heavy and I just have to stop then the rest of the vening I feel weird but I can lift heavy luggage all day long (iam a bellman) and get a bit puffed but feel ok never had that before and cant achieve orgasm very easy either and also got a clean treadmill run 1 yr ago should I be concerned of arterial blockage or upcoming heartattack???
Your doc will probably assess your risk factors, but at least you passed a relatively recent stress test. I agree though. There are enough symtomsof here to warrant asking whether any additional testing eg echo, would be appropriate. See a doctor right away if you experience chest pain or other heart attach symtoms (symptoms).
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