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Pressure and pain in chest, dizziness when walking after meals. What to do next?

When I eat a meal if I walk, walk up encline,extert,bend over,lift I get a angina attack. I have pressure ,pain, in chest and dizziness thinking I might pass out. I have had glad bladder surgery, upper GI, 4 catherization with 7 small stents all on the outside bottom side of heart. Last catherization found nothing. Upper GI nothing, On blood thinner,chlorestrol, niterigerizon when having a attack,blood under control, depression and anexity medication,. I don t know what to do next or where to turn.
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Hi,avoid having a heavy meal and don't walk immediately after a meal.Take rest for a while say an hour to two hours and later take a walk.As your CAG says your stents are working fine so need not worry much.Just continue your regular medications and your daily walks but space your walk after a meal.If you continue to experience these symptoms even after following this advise you better consult your cardiologist.Take care..
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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