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Stents inserted after heart attack, overweight, feeling tired, getting panic attacks, excessive sweating. Normal recovery?

Hi there I had a heart attack in the 1 st jan 2013 and ended up getting 3 stents put in.i am only 43 and a little overweight . I stopped smoking that same day but my diet hasn t changed much.i still get very tired when walking or doing minor stuff around the house and perspire a lot . My sleeping pattern is shitty and I do get either panic attacks or minor angina attacks this I am not sure about. I have never sprayed my cpglycerl trinirate as I get major headache from it. After 10 weeks surely I must feel better. What do you suggest or is this normal recovery. Regards Brian
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

By this time, one should be alright.
If you are symptomatic, it is wiser to get investigated to exclude complications or progression - Thallium Stress Test (treadmill with isotope) will be the preferred one.
See your cardiologist again

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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