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2 main arteries 100% blocked, blood circulation normal, advised not to do any exercises. Is this serious ?

My husband s two main arteries are hundred percent blocked and the third one is not visible in the angiography ..his doctor says that there is normal blood circulation in his body..he also says that his case is quite serious and the doctor even prevented him from doing any kind of exercises..his problem has been diagnosed this january 2012..
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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Dear Brinda, welcome to HCM.

I am quite concerned that your husband has a ?TVD .... all coronaries blocked severely compromising blood supply to the heart.
He will need a bypass CABG surgery.

Does he have any chest pain, breathlessness? swelling over ankles?

Why are you waiting since January?
It may suddenly get worse.
What has the doctor advised?

Please revert with the info.
Take care and keep me posted.
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