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What is the reason for pain post angiogram and angioplasty ?

hi doctor i went through a angiogram and angioplast in 2007 at times i get a slight pain which comes and goes can u pls tell me why it happens hi doctor i went through a angiogram and angioplast in 2007 at times i get a slight pain which comes and goes can u pls tell me why it happens? My diabetes and BP is in control. I want to know the reason? Suresh Kumar littlehomes2002@yahoo.com
Asked On : Wed, 15 Jun 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Chest pain can occur due to variety of reasons. Typical heart type chest pain is constricting tyoe in the centre of the chest if any chance of heart attack, associated with dizziness, sweating etc. But since the pain is transient it could also be musculoskeletal, gastric trouble or anxiety. You need to confirm with your Cardiologist anyways to be safe. Take your medicines as directed. Stay away from fatty, junk food as they can cause problems.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
Hello suresh kumarji;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The pain that is coming and going if it is related to exertion or exercise it can be related to heart also you should see if there is any symptom like sweating;breathlessness if so you should consult your doctor soon.Although even if there is no symptom since you have been a heart patient since 2007 I would suggest you to get a ECG done at the time of pain to rule out any heart problem and better consult your Cardioogist.
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