In my opinion if they have not done an angiogram they need to.
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You may have a psychiatric disorder and should see a psychiatrist for testing and treatment. Traumatic events and the memories can affect us all through life. We have to talk to someone who knows what to do and learn how to manage the affect of those events. My very best to you.
As a retired nurse with many health problems, my heart go’s out to your family. The only suggestion I have is find a top notch rhematologist and have her tested for autoimmune disorders. I suffer from an autoimmune disorder that has led to depression, heart problems and many years of ups and downs. I am now unable to work and that has been stressful, but I am adjusting. Whwn your wife finally gets a diagnosis and gets treatment,she too will learn to adjust to her illness and manage it and not allow it to manage her. It tool 6 years for me to get a diagnosis. Hang in there.
i was diagnosed with a 90% blockage of the R distal coronary at age 45. I was placed on medication. Since the blockage was so distal that was the correct treatment. in 1995 I was diagnosed with SLE .In 1999 after spending 3 days in the hospital and numerous test for chest pain was released. I was back in the ER on Friday evening with severe chest pain and suffered a cardiac and resp arrest. I had a negative stress while I was in the first hospitalizaation. Women do not have the same kind of symptoms as men. This was considered a man’s disease until recent years. My suggestion after saying all that, is If you are not satisfied with the diagnosis and have not had an angiogram done find another Dr. and get another opinion.