Thanks, funny thing is though is I don't FEEL any problem. None. Other than my left leg ( I have a blockage there) I'm like the eveready bunny.
So how much of a problem can abnormal blood flow be? I asked him if I'm in imminent danger and he said " Do I think you are going to have a heart attack? No I don't, but you are definitely showing abnormal blood flow and we don't like seeing that in young guys like you". Endquote.
In retrospect about the open heart surgery. I'm not sure if I would have done it. Probably would but not sure. I think I would have given the chelation a shot as I have with the other blockages and seen what happened before I got up on the gurney. But then I had symptoms. I was dead tired every afternoon. HAD to take naps everyday. At nights I would wake up in a pool of sweat and I was never a night sweater. Interesting point there is when I mentioned that to the surgeon ( night sweats ) he told me "that's a different can of worms, let's deal with the blockage and then we'll talk abolut the nighgt sweats". After the bypass surgery the night sweats essentially disappeared. So he didn't even recognize that as a symptom?
Now, I don't take naps ( well, sometimes but my Wife and I are working till 2AM most of the time), don't have any lack of energy, no chest pains, no night sweats........no symptoms.