Many conditions can affect the results of a cardiac catheterization
. Your doctor will discuss any significant abnormal results with you in relation to your symptoms and medical history.
Tingling can be a symptom of any number of problems, including anxiety, a herniated spinal disk, poor blood circulation
, diabetes, heart disease, vitamin B12 deficiency
. Difficulty walking can be caused by anything from diabetes to alcohol abuse and many others in between.
Auto immune diseases can cause muscle weakness
Bradycardia can be causes by
(abnormally low thyroid hormone in the blood stream). The natural aging process.
Neurologic disorders (affecting autonomic nervous system)
Electrolyte imbalances low or high potassium
You do not tell us exactly why you had your endoscopy and what, if anything, was the conclusion.
Are you on diuretics or beta blockers? Any other medications?
Would the cardiologist have allowed your discharge if worried about your condition?
It seems odd that after these investigation no-one has told you what is suspected.
We can only make guesses which, after all, are not much use to you.
Go back and speak to your doctors