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Teddy’s Story: How Angina Treatment Plan Helped Him Live Better

September 6, 2016 @ 10:40 am
by Heart News 247
Teddy is a hard-working family man who began feeling tired, experiencing chest pain, and noticing other angina symptoms. His cardiologist explained that angina is often a symptom of coronary heart disease and designed a chronic angina treatment plan to help address Teddy's symptoms. If you have angina that does not go away with rest or nitroglycerin, get emergency medical help right away. If you still have angina even though you are getting treatment, talk with your doctor about your options. The information on this video does not take the place of talking with your cardiologist or healthcare professional.

Donnette’s Story: Chronic Angina Can’t Slow Her Down

September 4, 2016 @ 11:47 am
by Heart News 247
Keeping up with grandchildren, work, and volunteering all require a lot of energy. Donnette struggled for a long time with chronic angina and was frustrated and frightened when she would experience angina chest pain. If you have angina that does not go away with rest or nitroglycerin, get emergency medical help right away. If you still have angina even though you are getting treatment, talk with your doctor about your options. The information on this video does not take the place of talking with your cardiologist or healthcare professional.

Donnette Episode 2: Chest Discomfort Leads to a Chronic Angina Diagnosis

September 3, 2016 @ 4:15 pm
by Heart News 247
See how a burning sensation in her chest led Donnette to think she was having a heart attack. Instead, she learned that her chest discomfort was chronic angina. Don't ignore chest pain or angina. Visit SpeakFromTheHeart.com to complete a Chronic Angina Checklist. If you have angina that does not go away with rest or nitroglycerin, get emergency medical help right away. If you still have angina even though you are getting treatment, talk with your doctor about your options. The information on this video does not take the place of talking with your cardiologist or healthcare professional.