Thanks very much for your answer Jon. It has was helpful to here. I have been doing somewhat better. I have been taking Ubiquinol, Acetl L-Carnitine, Hawthorn, Gingko, and Cordycep. The combination has lessened my episodes. I had the test outside of my town and am still waiting to have my local cardiologist read the images.
Bye for now, Irene
First off, we're not doctors so please don't bank on our answers, you need to get a list of questions ready for when you do see a doctor.
Having said that, your EF% is low, normal is between 50% and 75% and represents the amount of blood pumped out of the heart with each beat.You reached 91% of hour max heart rate which is good, they only need 85% and will usually stop the test when you achieve it.
The other two findings would suggest an incomplete blockage that is not present upon rest but is under stress which would mean your heart has an area not getting enough oxygen when stressed. Please remember, these are read by a cardiologist for a reason, this could also just only be an issue with the image so you really should not get too concerned until you see you doctor. If they found anything dangerous you would not be waiting for an appointment, you would have seen a cardiologist the same day.
Don't stress about your report, it's not one that is very uncommon, and even if it is accurate, it is not terrible and can most likely be treated with meds since it's reversible. If they feel it's a major issue, worse case is a angiogram and a stent, but that's a big leap from where you are so I wouldn't get too worked up.
Let us know what they say and good luck,