Sorry about your recent stressful events. You appear to have now some cardiovascular risk factors: stress, hypercholesterolemia
with a high LDL and at least elevated blood pressure without a diagnosis of hypertension
, as well as first-degree family history of relatively premature (the exact cutoff is 55 years for males) coronary artery disease in your father. These would put you in a category we cardiologists call moderate risk to develop heart disease
. Coupled with your symptoms, as well as the significant stress that this is bringing to you, my best advise would be to arrange for an exercise treadmill stress test
. For best accuracy, this could be coupled with imaging (eg. echocardiogram
at peak stress). If the test is negative, the probabilities of you having significant obstruction of the arteries of the heart are remarkably lower; on the other hand if concerning abnormalities are identified, further investigations would be needed.
Hope this helps
Mayo Clinic Rochester