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Why i still have muscular pain even after diagnosed with vessel blockage ?

Dear Sir, Greetings from Bangkok! I am 44 yrs Dec month while playing a cricket match I had some discomfort as I was playing without having b fast. I thought it could be a cramp due to loss of electrolytes which is very common...I carried on until 32 over when opponents got out. My discomfort was increased, however, again anticipating normal issue I avoided so all together it took 3 hours but while we were returning to Bangkok from Pattaya, I had vomiting some more pain in chest and discomfort... I walked into an international hospital there known as Bangkok Pattaya...They admitted and diagnosed I had blockage in main vessel...and later put stent... I am very down and get tired very fast...still the muscular pain is there.... I had a perfect body with no history of hyper tension, sugar or cardiac problems in my family...being veg. and disciplined about food habits I wonder how did it happen to me? Is it possible...what should be the precautions for me ...I no drink whisky .... but beer...after my operation of 2 months I have been drinking beer it risky? What other things I should not do.Pl guide Sir! Thanking you in advance! Warm regards! S.Anant
Asked On : Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
welcome to healthcaremagic

prevalence of coronary heart diseares has increased many fold and youns are no exception

you have been diagnosed and put on stent

now the medicines prescribed by doctor should be taken throughout and regular check up with doctor is must

healthy life style with regular exercises and healthy balanced diet to be followed throughout

you should restrict your calori content in diets as decided by your doctor to maintain your weight
regarding beer ,it is high in calori and you have to keep your calori intake in diets and drinks within prescribed limit
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for your reply which will indeed be a great help to me. I sincerely appreciate your efforts in helping those in need.

I have a sportsman physique 5'8'' 64 kg weight, 90/120 BP, Normal Heart Rate, no Sugar.

More over I am veg. and hardly eat Ghee, butter or cheese...I do not smoke, however, I being an Indian, eat food that contains oil & salt. Since I am single & in travel job I have limited choice on this account.

I do 4 km walk every day and strictly follow medicines prescribed by my doctor. Sleeping habit is poor...I am trying to reorganize myself. I do not lift any heavy thing and have stopped climbing stairs & running.

I drink 1 to 1.5 liter fresh beer quite often. Is it dangerous?

Thanking you once again!

Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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