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Taken TMT Test, mildly positive. Stopped ecosprin. Why do I have breathlessness and fatigue now?

Hello Sir I had taken TMT Test in feb and its Mildly Postive. Then Start Beta Blocker and Ecosprin AV-150. After 2-3 Month Doctor Stoped the Ecosprin Capsule. i was feeling very well. But From few days. I have a problem of Shortness of Breath and Sweeting for 1-2 minute and then feeling cold and it repeats. What i shoul do for this . give me a advise
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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You have mildly positive TMT few weeks ago and now you are having shortness of breath along with sweating.I think you should take it very seriously as this can be because of Ischemic heart disease with resultant blockage of coronary arteries.
I would recommend you to get your complete cardiac risk assessed with Echocardiography/Lipid profile/ fasting blood sugar.
You may need to go for coronary angiography to visualize the heart vessels and possible intervention.
and certainly do not stop aspirin( ecosprin av) before you get a clear picture.
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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