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Old 01-30-2012, 12:15 PM   #1
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Sandy, Utah USA
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I too have prinzmetal angina. I was diagnosed 11 years ago, definatively during an angiogram when I had a spasm during the test. I am not typical with my chest pain, as I do not have it at mainly at night as the info claims. It is quite typical for me to be very uncomfortable for a few weeks at a time. I am definately influenced by the weather. Strange as it may sound, when we have unsettled weather, ie storms, very cloudy,, cold temp., and barometric changes, I can be just miserable. I am currently in a two week episode, I get chest pain, shortness of breath, headaches, somewhat sick to my stomach, as well as very fatigued.
I wish someone would do a study on this, but seems no one is. It can be quite debilatating and has definately affected my life. is anyone else out there affected by the weather as I am??

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