Non-ishemis means that the cardiomyopathy is not related to coronary artery disease. Cardiomyopathy is disease of the heart muscle. The disease of your heart muscle is not related to plugged coronary arteries.
i am 33 years old, just diagnosed with noniscemic hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and my dr. has not explained anything to me!!! put me on blood thinners and nitrates and sent me on my way. i still have a lot of chest pains, shortness of breath, spend most of my time lethargic and now says my symptoms are not cardio.
p.s. my ejection fraction is 35-40%. someone please help me!!!
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