I was admitted to the hospital for testing following an episode of severe chest pain and shortness of breath.
A thallium scan and angiogram were done. They came back fine.
My arteries are 'clean as a whistle' and '0% risk of heart problems' I have larger than average clear arteries as the doctor says.
I continue to have constant chest pain and it is 3 days after the angiogram. The pain worsens when I stand up or lie down on the bed, eventually settling down in 10 to 15 minutes.
X-rays were taken and full blood workup testing for all the common possibilities including TB was also done.
I am 155-175 lbs overweight (depending on what guideline you follow) 5'10
I have type 2 diabetes and it is under control bloodwork indicates 6.4mmol
I also have hypertension and it to is under control with medication.
i had bronchtis 3 weeks ago and I still feel weak somedays I feel really good and then days like today i want to crawl back into the bed and stay, cold chills, a dry cough, no appettie, and mucus like diarhea some weakness in chest what can I do
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