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35 years male tread mill test report is stress mildly positive with ischemia

35 years male tread mill test report is stress mildly positive with ischemia 35 years male my tread mill test report is stress mildly positive with ischemia i am afraid to go outsides pls advise me
Asked On : Tue, 22 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care magic.treadmill test typically is done to see the effect of exercise on the blood circulation in inside the vessels of heart.when it is positive it indicates that during exercise your heart is not getting good blood supply.your doctor must have given medicines for this after the report,so you need to worry.In your routine day to day exercise if you are not having pain you should not worry.take medicines regularly as advised,take healthy diet ,after your doctors advise do regular exercise and reduce your weight if you are over weight and stop tobacco in any form if your taking because it can affect this can lead to increase in the problem.
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