Hello everyone this is my first post in this forum and just wanted to tell my story and get some possible advice on medications, lifestyle, etc.. I am a 33 year old male and was told this past weekend that I had suffered a heart attack. They checked my arteries and I was told that they are 100 percent perfect and there is zero buildup in them. I was also told that my Blood Pressure is good but very low, my Cholesterol is great, I am not overweight, I exercise daily, and also I dont have a lot of stress in my life. The doctor told me that he really wasnt sure what happened but he suspects that one of my arteries went into a spasm and that is what caused the Heart attack. It was a real shock but I accepted it and was ready to do what I had to do to heal. The Doctor put me on Coreg, Norvasc, and aspirin. The problem is he told mew not to take the Coreg if my BP was under 90, and not too take Norvasc if undert 100. My BP has been averaging about
85/55. So I have not taken any medication except for 1 time. Either way when I read about
the medication they say they are for hypertension and not to take if you have low BP. I feel as if I am going to do harm taking this medication.
As for the rest the doctor tells me to go on to a low fat diet, which I am already on, and I am a little scared to lose more weight as I am underweight to begin with. He also tells me to exercise daily, which I already do. I guess my question is if I listen to my doctors advice I will not be taking any medication and nothing else is going to change(Diet and exercise) Something must have caused this in the first place and if I just continue doing everything the same wont there be a chance for another heart attack? Maybe I am just a bit scared because it has only been a few days but there must be something that I can do. Any advice would be appreciated, Thank You