So it happens today i went to an actual cardiologist. I had the initial consultation, and had word processed a complete account of events, as well as the labels of American formula Mr. Hyde, together with other products I have either tried or have in waiting to open.
He said he thought it wasn’t a vasospasm, more likely just a reaction to too much stimulants. Anyway, he nixed right then and there any more Mr. Hyde. I am near the top of the bottle…damn. i don’t suppose someone wants to buy the rest, who knows if a hair or piece of snot got in it, anyone wouldn’t know even if I do.
He also cleared me to get back to exercise, just to start off at 25%, see how that goes, and then in subsequent days increase as I seem to be able to handle. I can go back to preworkouts I have already done well with, it is just that MAN Sports Blockbuster he saw the label for and reserved judgement as to whether i can go at it with a half scoop.
I lucked out in that I was there first thing in the day and they had an opening for both of a stress test and an ultrasound.
For the stress, they had me walk on a treadmill with a monitor the was connected to all sorts of probes around my chest. every once in a while they took a blood pressure. The monitor transmitted to a computer that had all sorts of graphs. At one point I was 130/80, then they had me at a faster walk and a little incline, then slower again, and later I came out as 140/80. After a few minutes that was done and I switched rooms for the ultrasound.
for that the tech had probes again and a small device he moved with his hand using lubricating gel… He had me flat on my back, then on my side. At times he had me stop breathing and then continue. Eventually it was done.
I went to the waiting room, and the doctor gave the clerk notice that I was fine. In August I am back to get a heart monitor which I will wear for a few weeks, and then I am back to see the doctor in September, and if nothing comes out then, I am probably in the clear.
I get the inkling right now I am anyway.