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Suffered an MI with occlusion of LAD. Two stents placed. Survival chances?

with no history of family heart disease, i suffered an mi (widow maker) w/ 100% occlusion of the lad. was down for appx 1.5 hrs. i am a former paramedic & surgical assistant w/ specialty training in the cardiac field (specifically acls) so i know a few 'tricks' to aid in survival. i now have 2 stents placed back-toback in the lad & later had a 3rd placed in the circumflex. now destitute & having been denied disability twice thus far, my question is what is the adv. length (time) that patients survive?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hello, thanks for the query to H.C.M.C.
Since you were a paramedic & surgical assistant and you have 2 stents due an unfortunate conditions.
Although I am physician and I have seen so many cases of M I ( incurable & in deplorable condition) , but they survived many ( >20 yrs) yrs.
Please note down I am advising you , but not a medical treatment.
Take a creeper pompion ( ghiya) extract its juice in juicer (300 ml) add 4-5 black pepper in powder form , add 8-10 leaves of basil ( tulsi in India) and drink it on empty stomach twice in day.
First 5 6- days you will feel some nausea (mild ) and 3-4 loose motions. these things disappear within 4-5 days so pl don't take drugs for these.
The creeper pompion ( ghiya) juice you have to take at least for 6 months and have a complete bed rest.
I assure you that you will be alright and in that condition you will never asks a question of length of ave life span.
Good luck for healthy long life. Dr. HET
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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