I had a widow maker heart attack two years ago. It was 90% blocked. I felt better before the heart attack. I have fatigue, depression, no interest in anything, nauseous, agitation, my mind gets overloaded with a lot of activity, etc.

I was sure once I got the stent, I would feel great. That is not the case.

Has anyone come across this? I feel I will never be the same.

Chronic Nausea and Vomiting

Acute Myocardial Infarction (MI)


Generalized pain



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  • AlternateHeart


    I felt great before my stroke and heart attacks. I barely felt the heart attacks but they were from AFIB not blockage. Afterwards I felt tired all the time and sore.

  • LouannK



  • PannaMariaGirl


    I had mine on July. I too feel like I'll never be the same again. Physically but emotionally as well. For me I look and feel different to myself I wonder if I'll ever be able to go and do things without almost passing out from no breathe.

  • Sitdgolf


    💔 my heart goes out to you I am 39 an had a mi took 2 yrs to find out due to Covid I was told I was crazy an seen the emergency room 28 times . Things changed drastically over night one day . I had to go to bigger doctors in nyc to find the issue an did so many test but never gave up till I found the problem . But what I wanted to tell you is I did stem cell to soften the scar tissue on the heart ♥️ after finding it an I seem 25% better my symptoms have lessened in the past 2 months look into cell repair it’s not a complete fix but it helped me breathe better in my sleep an I can drink a cup of coffee in the morning now without feeling like dieing I even had a Red Bull this week lol just to test myself out So far all good 👍🏻

  • Maddman


    I’m trying to find alternatives, I cannot accept that medications like lopressor. Clopidogrel astrovastatin will be permanent part of our lives. Pharma and doctors looks at us as business $$$$.

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