Will exercising be safe for angioplasty patient with 5 stents?
Hi Doctor I am angioplsty patient with 5 stents inplanted, 4 at left side and 1 at right in year 2007 My age is 50 years, my weight is 185 pounds with height 5 4 My health conditions is good. Recently I had joined Gym. I am doing daily approx 80 minutes exercise I want your advice which exercise...
Severe chest pain. Stent inserted in chest. Precautions?
Sir, I XXXXX, on Oct 3rd 2012 iam got a seviour pain in my chest , after admitting in hospital the doctor inserted a stent . from day 20 iam regular with walking & exercises still now there is no pain to me. But some feeling in me that iam afraid again when wil it come pls suggest me and give me...
Post PTCA & Stenting, When can I start my normal exercise ?
I have undergone PTCA and DES stenting to RCA on 30 Aug 10.It was my 3rd PTCA and stenting,1st in 1998,2nd in 2006 and 3rd now.I am 66.When can I start my normal exercise,walking,yoga,etc.Can I drive my car now or should I wait some more time ? Please reply. Thanks.
Had and ERCP 4 weeks ago with a stent placed in my sphincter of the oddi. The Stent removed itself I have been dizzy the last 2 weeks is that normal?
Hi. I would like to know why was the stent pit in. What are your reports of liver function test before after the stent has come out. In a normal course there is no relation between removal of the stent and dizziness unless your pre-existing problems have reoccurred.
I had a stent put in my RCA two days ago... I feel a tinglng in my left arm. Should i worry?
thanks for your query. After angioplasty and stenting, it is common to have trivial sensations for a few days or even weeks. As such, the stent was put at the blockage site as seen on angiography, which may not have shown a critical blockage in any other coronary artery. Nothing to worry if there is no associated chest pain or other problems.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
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