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History of bypass, have chest and jaw pain on exertion, advised blood test. Why am I not given treatment?

i had a bypass x 4 -11 years ago and now i am getting chest and jaw pain on exertion 2 years ago i was back in hospita 2 years agol and they said 2 bypasses had disappeared, whats happening to me now, i have been asked to have a blood test and see the doctor this friday whats the blood test for i might have an heart attack by then why are they not sending me to hospital
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query
1.Have you undergone coronary angiography 2 years ago and found that 2 grafts are disappeared or blocked?
2. Weather your doctor unable to find the graft or is they are blocked? because it is very difficult to find the graft in angiographyafter CABG if no marking are present.
3. What kind of chest pain you have? Is pain associated with shortness of breath or radiating to left shoulder or arm
4. Is pain resolve by Sorbitrate?
5. What treatment you are taking after CABG?
Please answer the queries so that we can tell you what kind of treatment you need or its urgent or not? Need to go to hospital or not?
Best Wishes
Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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