Luminal irregularities is considered having heart disease. The irregularities are a mild form of stenosis.
Standard treatment for this is a statin to keep the LDL low and aspirin as a anticlot medication.
I think your symptoms are not really explained by the catheterization. The luminal irregularities should not give you discomfort.
If problems persist, I would go back tomy cardiologist and ask him for further tests (holter monitor, echo?)
Why did you have the catheterization? What kind of symptoms did you have?
I felt some irregularity with my heart and uncomfortable , visited cardiologist and after making the effort test at very high speed (my heart beats reached 155) he noticed some irregular signs , then he asked me to make the catheterization .
Do i need to change my life style like sports , smoking (Moderate) , type of food ... etc .
Does the stress we live with had an effect .
Also i have some colon symptoms and gazes .
Now i am taking one tab. Asprine 100 in the morning , 1 tab Vastor 40 mg at night , 1 tab Akamon 30 mg , 2 tabs Panadol night on daily basis .
Needs to know more about the future of this heart disease ,
Thank you in advance .
You can do a lot to stop or slow progression of the disease.
You surely know what actions have a positive effect in slowing or stopping progression: no smoking, physical activity, eating healthy, keeping or getting a healthy weight, limit stress levels, take your medication.