"Hello Andrea. I am the cardiac nurse who has this microangiopathy. Indeed, I have it everywhere but bad in the heart.
How can I help you? I know much about the EU cardiologists who follow this ailment/disease.
Please respond and do no..."
"Sounds like you have what I and many other heart sisters have and that is angina in the micros of the heart. But have you had a heart cath? Are they sure you have no blocks or narrowing in your heart vessels?
This is not GERD as I bet y..."
Where can i go to get the same MVD syndrome x test? I had the same type of incidents, now at an EF of 16, my cardiologist told me since my cardio cath was perfectly clear i didn't have microvascular. They determined that i have non ischemic cardiomyapothy. Heart failure, 47 years old.
I watched the videos concerning microvascular disease - both the second opinion and the Emory videos. They were very helpful. I've noticed that you've not posted in quite a while. I hope that all is well.
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