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Moderate micro vascular disease, simple and complex seizures. CAD, angioplasty done. Pain management?

I have been diagnosed with moderate microvascular disease (per MRI ). I have had seizures for about 15 years, most are simple complex but I have had about 2 grand mals. I am tested normal for the seizure tests. I also have CAD and have had 4 stents and 1 angioplasty , but I still have chest pains. I am now referred to a psychitrist for the pain since there seems to be no reason for it. I am not assured that this will be the right thing to do. I am still worried about my health.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Dear those micro vascular desease is probably related with blood hypo perfusion due to chronic illness such as arterial hypertension, diabetes, dislipidemia etc.If the cardiologist says there are no new ischemic cardiac events you have nothing to be worried.Wish you all the best
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