Our expert says:
Muscle bridging in the LAD artery is usually not a serious condition at all, since blood flow in the coronary arteries t6akes place mainly in “diastole”, ie when the heart muscle is relaxed.
If your coronary arteries are otherwise completely normal, as they usually would be in a woman aged 53, then I suspect the muscle bridging is an incidental finding and is not responsible for any symptoms you may have had. The shortness of breath may possibly be due to the Bilocor you are taking, and I suggest you ask your cardiologist whether you really need to take Bilocor.
Cramping in the leg four months after an angioseal is abnormal and makes me suspect there may be a restriction in blood flow to your leg. Please see your cardiologist, or a vascular surgeon, to have the circulation in the leg assessed.
Best wishes. JT
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