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What does Reversible Myocardial Ischaemia mean ?

I m a 33 years old lady..My stress test is positive for Reversible Myocardial Ischaemia.I have developed Asymptomatic 1-1.5mm HZST dept in 2,3,aVF,V3- V6 during stage 1 at HR of 155 BPM which progressed to stage3 with 1.5- 2mm HZST dept in 2,3,aVF,V3-V6.ST- T changes reverted to basal pattern within 1 minute in recovery significant arrhythmia were observed during stress test.Normal HR and BP response to the S3/S4 heard. I m a recently diagnosed diabetic 1 month ago.and hypothyroid patient too Is anything wrong with this report. Please suggest. If wrong,what should i do?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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hi Ashna,
welcome to HCM,
read your prob, right now there is nothing to worry but you have to concious as heart prob is started. mostly cause of this is diabetes as in diabetes heart n kidney mostly affacted, as in diabetes cholesterol lavel become high, so you should get lipid profile , avoid fatty diet,start salt restricted diet, morning walk, keep your sugur control with drugs as per advised. this trial keep you away from any kind of complications n improve your quality of life.
Dr aseem 9982583020
Answered: Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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