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Life expectancy for unstable angina patient

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I am 72 years old(female) and had a heart attack in 1984, double by-pass in 1984 was diagnosed with heart failure . My question is what is the difference between chronic angina and unstable angina? ...

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get tested the cardiac enzymes are negative and the ekg is normal. But it feels just like the unstable angina I had. I am having another bad day with it today, should I go to the ER? ...

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. unstable angina , with chest pain at rest and SOB ...

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for a patient who may have a hardening of the arteries (but no history of thrombosis ) but has never had a heart attack , stroke or peripheral arterial disease or experienced unstable angina? If so what ...

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Hi I have over the past had really low blood pressure 74/57 and I have had heart attacks in the past and unstable angina I have stents in my heart also ...

Public Forum Discussions

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life expectancy for unstable angina patient? ...

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I have recently been diagnosed with unstable angina. I have previously had an MI, I am 42 .... I take about 24 tablets a day. Could I have a realistic estimation of life expectancy, as I ...

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mother is 62 and has been hospitalised what wil happen next, tests, medication etc ? yes it is unstable anginia

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hi m mom is 58. she is a patient of rheumatoid arthritus for last 30 years. recently being diagnosed with unstable angina she started taking lowplate 75 mg , easitake and covoltec tabs but suddenly ...

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I have recently been discharged from hospital with probable crescendo angina due to some discomfort ... and have been fine since then. I am awaiting further appointment for angiogram. If diagnosed with unstable ...

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I am suffering with unstable angina.my anginal symptoms persist with the use of herbesser retard90 mg morning , evening. Was slightly beterwith the addition of beta blocker but cannot use them because ...

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Hello, I have been diagnosed with unstable angina, lately I have becomde very short of breath when ... very far without having to stop and rest. I take a nitroligual spray for my angina, also have ...

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My fathers (age 58 yrs) serum creatinine is 2.7 now. He is the patient of unstable angina with pace maker implanted since 2007. Most of the times his creatinine is above normal. he is strictly following ...

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why do doctors think thy can ply god my hubby has been told not to go bck to hospital as he is going to often? he has had a heart attack and suffers from unstable angina wht doe s he do whn in pain ...

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i suffer from unstable angina i take 2 teaspoons of sugar in tea and cofee and love to eat some chocolate and sweet food tried to stop am i at risk of heart attack thankyou for answers recieved , ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

There are no medicines that cure angina. There are medicines to control it. If the angina is unstable, then it could be a sign that a heart attack is about to occur, and should be evaluated on an emergency basis. If medicines don't control angina, further evaluation of the heart arteries may be necessary, and possibly a bypass or angioplasty procedure with placement of a stent may be needed.

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Hi, i read your query and would like that this are difficult diagnosis which may be switch to each other. Best thing to do talk with your cardiologist

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No it does not get cured but it remains in control. Please reply with thanks.