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Cardiac Catheterization

I am 52 year old , Male , 90 KGM , Smoker , and making good sports on daily basis .
I made cardiac cathet. last week and ended with the following :-

- RCA : Dominant vessel with mild luminal  irregularities

- LCA : LM:Normal , LCA :Mild luminal irregularities  , LAD : Luminal Irregularities

My Blood pressure is about 13/8 , Fasting Sugar 95  .. 5.3 , with good cholestrol level in the blood .
The HDL and LDL level are  little bit low .
The doctor said all are good and no need for any medication , only Vastor 40 mg  and Asprint 100 one tablet each .

Need to hear more about my situation and if you recommend any further medication or changes in life style .
Thank You
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11548417 tn?1506084164
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?)

11548417 tn?1506084164
Why did you have the catheterization? What kind of symptoms did you have?
16057652 tn?1444986820
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 .
16057652 tn?1444986820
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 .
11548417 tn?1506084164
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.

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