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Angiography treatment done, her wall is blocked. Why it pains back side the solder after angiography?

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Sir my mother is 58 years old . after 2 months before she is hospitalize because my mother angiography treatment
she's wall is block. my mother angiography is successful but my mother asking very time (why pain back side for shoulder after angiography) so please suggest me.....................why pain my mother back side................
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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Dear Anigiography is a test not a treatment. it just check which blood vessel is block. You might talking about Angioplasty or Stent. 2 month is not this much time that her heart vessel is blocked again. but if you still suspect some heart disease again then do ECG again.

do ECG if

1) Her pain increase with exertion
2) Her pain does not change by massage
3) Her pain vanished by Angisid (tablet which many heart patients use for heart pain and put it beneath tongue)

But this pain seems to me some muscular pain which is treatable using simple medications like dicofenac or paracetamol.
Answered: Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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