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Seeking advise of treatment of CAD,TVD heart DISEASE..

My Father has diagnosed CAD, TVD
And advise for Surgery.
Prescribed Medicine by the doctor, after taking the medicine Pain is low but sometimes suffering shortening in breathing, Discomfort, and Pressure with heavy pain still occurring frequently

Isrodil 5mg
clopitab a 75
Mactor 40
Metocord
Nitro 6.4
Ramcor 2.5
Ranolog 500mg
Rabalkem DSR
Clonotril


Angiograph Report:

LEFT MAIN:  NORMAL

LAD: HEAVILY CALCIFIED DISTAL 60-70 LESION

LCX: MILD DISEASE

OM1 (Major): NORMAL

OM3: PROXIMAL 60% LESION

RCA: DIFFUSELY DISEASE MID 90% LESION


FINAL IMPRESION: CAD, TVD

ADVISE: coronary revascularization


SEEKING ADVISE FOR FUTHER MEDICAL ATTENTION.
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Personally, I would do the surgery.  But that's my personal opinion.  What is the reason you don't want to?
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Don't have any issue,  just seeking 2nd opinion or advice before undergoing surgery.

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Totally my personal opinion.  But the way I see it is, surgery is obviously a risk... however no surgery is just as risky.  And even better surgery could potentially be curative.  So, I would totally opt for surgery :)

Keep me posted.

And I have had cardiac surgery myself.  Not that bad.
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