Usually, when I lie on my side or turn on my side, I feel pain in my left side of my chest, a little stuffy, and I can't breathe, but when it hurts, I hammer a few times and it's better.
Hello, your coronary CTA shows a right coronary dominant pattern with mild atherosclerosis in the right coronary artery, but no significant stenosis, which means that your heart vessels, for your age, are very good, and the cardiac ultrasound suggests aortic regurgitation with left ventricular hypo-diastolic function, which is not a big problem.The chest pain you described lying on your side or side with chest tightness should not be a manifestation of the heart, the symptoms of angina will not be related to the position and will not be relieved or disappear because of pounding, you are advised to further check the lung CT, if there is no manifestation of pleurisy in the lung CT, there is no need to worry, it may be a painful discomfort of the soft tissues of the chest wall and does not require treatment.
This heart coronary angiogram does not see obvious stenosis, mainly to consider the possibility of angina attack, pay attention to the combination of pulmonary CT to see, can consider improving myocardial blood supply treatment.The heart ejection fraction, the presence of chronic diseases and other discomfort symptoms.
Hello.From the coronary CT examination, no obvious coronary artery stenosis is found, and the cardiac ultrasound examination does not reveal any major problems. It is better to have an ambulatory ECG examination to help observe the ECG situation during the onset of symptoms.You can also go to the cardiology department for experimental treatment by taking coronary artery-dilating drugs and observe to see if the symptoms can be improved or disappear.Don't overwork, avoid strenuous exercise, don't be too full, eat a light diet, and don't drink alcohol.