Cardiology Questions? Ask a Cardiologist for Answers ASAP.
Hi, thanks for getting in touch. I'm sorry to hear you're still symptomatic. I think it's important to do a few things:
1. Contact your GP when able and ask them to increase your anti-anginal medication
2. Ask them to get in touch with cardiology about seeing you more urgently in clinic
3. You should also contact the cardiology department yourself when able and ask for an expedited appointment to be seen
increasing the beta blocker is the most cardio-protective action that can be taken. If you're needing the GTN that much and it's helping each time it's worth asking for consideration of isosorbide mononitrate m/r 30mg once daily from your GP which is a sustained release of the GTN medication over the course of the day.