The other thing he desires to do is another workout stress test, which I have not had actually done given that 2015. This is a difficult test where they keep bumping up the speed and incline of a treadmill up until you cant go any more. I like to have an athletic difficulty to train for, so Im going to use this test as inspiration for the next three months.
He asked when the blood draw was and I stated “February 4th and 2nd”. “You imply the blood was drawn on the 2nd and you got results on the 4th?”. “No, my GP examined so numerous boxes that it took 2 days to draw the blood”.
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My training will be similar to what Im currently doing, although the motivation will get me to go harder on “hard days”, but given that its a treadmill test and I have not been treking much lately Ill replace a lot more uphill walking and treking for some of my biking.
Im borderline about raised threat since I once had an unusually high reading in my “calcium score” test. Hes going to offer me a shot at fixing it with diet plan, and if I do not get it much better in 3 months well revisit my statin medication. I was currently working on cleaner consuming, Ill simply get stricter about it.
An interesting twist on this test is that the doc is tossing in a “Nuclear Perfusion Study”. A die is injected throughout the test which permits coronary blood circulation to be envisioned. It would mean my coronary arteries are tidy if there is no disability with intense exercise. Cant wait to learn!
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He asked when the blood draw was and I said “February 2nd and 4th”. “You mean the blood was drawn on the 2nd and you got results on the 4th?”. “No, my GP inspected so numerous boxes that it took 2 days to draw the blood”. I like to have an athletic challenge to train for, so Im going to utilize this test as inspiration for the next three months. A die is injected during the test which allows coronary blood circulation to be imagined.
I am a Mechanical Engineer born in 1953, Ph. D, Stanford, 1980. I have had both hips replaced and a heart valve replacement due to a genetic condition.
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