So happy for you....that is good news!
Hopefully, your situation will remain stable and manageable.
I wish you a speedy recovery from your recent procedure and great health going forward.
What great news and what a turn around. I do agree with Mark, however. Please err on the side of caution and get a second opinion. When they agree, you'll take a deep breath of relief. Good luck.
Goos news it sounds like for you. Do make sure you get your results reviewed by your cardiologist and/or surgeon to verify that all agree on the results. It is always good to have a couple of opinions, especially if they change.
Thanks for the note. I wish you well tomorrow for your heart cath, I've had a couple of them done and it's not bad. You may have a light sedation. The hardest part is staying flat for a few hours afterwards. As far as the relaxation/guided imagery tapes I used. I actually downloaded them from the Cleveland Clinic as they were made available to me because I was scheduled for surgery there. If you go to your local book store or even go on line there are books and CDs available on this topic. I started listening about 4 weeks before my surgery and went into the operating room listening to them. After they gave me some light sedation, they did remove them but I was already in my mind in a beautiful place that I had visualized. I do believe it also helped me with my pain management during my recovery. Will be reading your posts. good luck. you'll do fine.