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Chest Pains After Stenting
If your tests show the stent is working and the blood flow to your L coronary artery (+elsewhere) is now normal, it is not angina you are suffering from (unless you have other blockages that have not been treated). I assume you have had a stress test to confirm everything is well.
You may want to confirm this with your doctors, and/or ask for a second opinion. You may have coronary artery disease in other locations!
Hope this helps,
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