thanks for your question. With your past history and the symptoms you describe, especially with a positive evolution on nitroglycerin
, it is a stable angina pectoris
For sure, your heart condition does not permit doing an angiography
. An ECG could be done to further strengthen this clinical suspicion, which is almost 100 % sure in your case.
I would suggest you respect your treatment protocols, never forget to move or be in an environment without nitroglycerin and take out drugs regularly. Most patients tend to neglect the role of low dose Aspirin
, take it serious, its key in the management of angina pectoris. You can try as much as possible to avoid all or most of the circumstances that you know can initiate the angina pain.
Thanks for the question and wish you the best of health,