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Plz give me some suggestion on CABG bypass surgery

Hi Friends my father undergone CABG bypass surgery on jan 25th 2008. But three days back this monday he had a feeling of pressure or weight on his chest when he went for walking and today we went to our diabetes doctor with ECG the doctor said like there is a mild block and PRESCRIBED THE ASPRIN TABLET and injection and he said like there is nothing serious problem the injection will remove the block.But we r very afraid Is this is a serious problem ? what should be our next step plz provide us some advice.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Hmmm, a mild block? I think a second opinion might be needed here. My husband had bypass surgery several years ago, quadruple to be exact, and he has had no problem since. I know some people do have some minor problems, but a MILD BLOCK? To me, there should'nt be a block of anykind after the surgery. Again, SECOND OPINION.
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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