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The operation was long 8hours on low oxygen, that has left Ray with no balance when standing and walking, hence he needs crutches to get about. Could you give us any advice on the Stent procedure please? Will I need to go for another CABG as 7 yrs completed after the earlier CABG? he/she may want to run some tests to see if your bypass is still doing what it's supposed to. I am now short of breath as well and the pain is constant and comes so many times each day even when I am relaxed or seated. Have recently found out it was connected to a branch of the artery and not the artery it was supposed to be connected to . they forgot to check and clear my left carotid artery prior to the CABG and I had a stroke 2 days post op .
The surgeon had to bypass up towards the shoulder before it settled as the vein kept breaking down. I am a 33 year old female, had a heart attack three days after my 31 birthday and the next day had double bypass two months later had been opened up again due to an infection and had a wound vac for six months...chronic pain fear of dying all the time and anxiety...drs look at me like I'm crazy. Subramanian in Virginia -- Perhaps a dermatologist or plastic surgeon many be able to alleviate some of the discomfort from the scar. I am really depressed and disturbed mentally and physically and am unable to concentrate on my future. Can some good friend with similar symptoms or a Medical Officer experienced in this syndrome please help me to do what is needed to get out of this and live a normal life. I'm now facing a 'do -over' due to ischemia from lack of blood flow . Other than the occasional seizures and weakness in my right side especially when I'm tired. Susan from Alabama -- Have you contacted the surgeon who did the bypass?
I exercise regularly but feel pain often after but not during.
IS IT POSSIBLE THAT SO MANY INTERVENTIONS, STENTS AND ANGIOPLASTIES ON THOSE 2 (GRAFT AND NATIVE ARTERY HAS CAUSED PERMANENT INFLAMMATION.
As for getting another CABG, why would you do that? Have any tests shown a perfusion deficit (lack of blood flow/oxygen to the heart muscle)? Guidelines indicate revascularization (either angioplasty/stents or CABG) only in a symptomatic patient who has documented ischemia and where there is a good reason to believe that revascularization will benefit the patient. However the Keeloid/Scar is giving me irritation and pain. He/she should be made aware of this and would be the best source of information about this. And Cazz in London -- it's very very good that your partner has stopped smoking.
The Crestor/Zocor debacle is due to the FDA allowing the drugs to be put out on the market before doing long term testing. Except tightness in chest I did not felt any other problem. But for last two months or so I am suffering from pain in ribs particularly in right side and it becomes more when i sit for longer time & unbearable while changing side during sleep... After 6 months it clears up ,then 6 months symptom free, then 6 months symptoms again. Last year I had 2 more angioplasties , but since bypass ,it DOES NOT relieve symptoms even though they were closing.If I leave those 2 buggers closed cause they won;t stay open will I have a heart attack.CONFUSED Nirmal in Mumbai -- His breathing problem is most likely sleep apnea, which can occur after surgery. My husband aged 76 had a CABG op 18months ago. The worry is that if his veins are weak and the narrowing of the Artery is in the bypass where a stitch has slightly narrowed the artery.... I have a hard time walking from my car to my office. Since I have been back to my doctor several times, it's like he has given up on me.
He was progressing well but the last 2 months he has been very weary and needs sleeps during the day to get some energy. Once he has had a rest he looks fine again for another couple of hours. Although he can see my husband has no quality of life right now. Mifraz -- Have you consulted yur cardiologist? If you are having returning angina, shortness of breath (SOB), etc. Doctors admitted my surgery was successful and i was sent home, however since then i am experiencing severe pain on the left around the heart which sometimes runs down to my left wrist. Have done several exercise ECG's and Echo since but all showed good results.
Please help me understand I had a quad bypass 12 years ago at age 60.