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Underwent CABG for double-vessel disease. Taking olmesar. Done lipid profile, BP and ECG. Feeling uneasy, sweating, stiffened surgery stitches. What is happening to me?

I underwent CABG in 2003 for doublevessel disease,i am taking olmesar-40,aspirin-81,razel-5.My BP-133/70, Lipid profile is COL.114,TRI.131 HDL .32, LDL .55,VLDL.26mg/dl and sugarfasting-90mg/dl.My ECG isnormal,but i some times feel uncomfortable for some flowing sensesation in both arms and sweating,moreover my surgery stiches get stiffined when pressed feel pricktype of horizontally towards left.This prick towards left is appearing and disappearing recently.I want to know what it is due to.I have doing exercise regargly and walk 3km in the evenning.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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Your lipid profile seems to be fine although there are very few minor deviations from normal here and there.

The stitches from the surgery heal by fibrosis. There ought to be some kind of a discomfort due to this and it is normal.

Please do get an ECG done. If it is well within normal limits, there is no need to worry.

Continue to exercise.

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