VA is abnormal, what can be done?
I have a little blockage in the LAD and some on the right. They took me off my Beta Blockers because my liver functions were a little high. However, months later that has not been resolved and it happens off and on for months at a time prior. So for about 2 weeks, I have been getting dizzy, chest pain that goes into my shoulder up into the cordite artery, and up behind my ear into my head. The ER did a CT from my head to my kidneys. The ER doctor tried to tell me everything looked good but my lungs showed issues and there is this, the left vertebral artery arises directly from the thoracic aortic arch. Duplicated V1 through V2 segments of the right vertebral artery with confluence at the v2-3 junction.Fenestration of the V3 segment of the right vertebral artery. I get headaches if my head is elevated at all, if I turn it partly in either direction, bend it down. I am very lightheaded and dizzy every morning when I get up. My heart pulpatates afton. BP is high. The ACA on the right side is the size of a child. They have missed small heart attacks and they are later found. Although my Trophnon I High reaches only 5 to 6 and then will go back down to about a 4 when they do the next test. I have had a cardiac standstill when I was 21 years old. My lungs show emphysema as well as a few other issues. I have myloprolifive disorder. For the first time in many years, my mean platelet volume is low. I have a factor-five disorder. The ER doctor tells me that VA is very rare but there is nothing that can be done. I really tired of having to go to the ER with these issues because I am passing out with them. They run drug tests on me like I use drugs then tell me basically nothing is wrong just abnormal blood counts, liver function, a bit of blockage, and now VA. But they swear there is nothing that can be done. Is this true?