Is there is any possibilities for heart attack after five years of angioplasty ?
81 years old person undergone angioplasty 5years before , who is undergoing medication is experiencing chest pain. But ECG report says everything normal. Is there any possibility of heart attack ?
Please let me clarify that this is not a professional medical advice and I am not a qualified doctor. However, to my knowledge, chances additional blockages developing after an incidence of angioplasty is 50:50. A friendly suggestion would be visiting a cardiologist to ascertain the presence of additional blockages if any. I wish all the best to the suffering.
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