So the Coronary Angiogram complete. It was ok, the staff were lovely and cardiologist answered all my questions. I didn't really feel anything other than an ache when they were feeding the tube through. I told them I was very nervous and asked if they could give me something to help relax me and they did. Worked a treat! I'm already at home and had the procedure this morning. I have an achy wrist/arm but that's it.
Results - well my arteries look fine, no signs of CAD and definately no signs of having had a heart attack. I did ask about Microvascular / Coronary Artery Spasms. But they said they don't do the test for Coronary Artery Spasms anymore. They work on the basis of ruling things out. So they are keeping me on my current medications as they are controlling the chest pain but are referring me to Gastro to rule out issues with my Esophagus. Makes sense as I understand that Coronary Artery Spasms and Microvascular Angina are controlled by the meds I'm already on and that chest pain can also be caused by problems with the esophagus so they have to rule that in/out, whichever way it goes.
So I'm extremely relieved I did not have a heart attack at Christmas and that I haven't got CAD and haven't had to have a stent. I feel I'm finally getting answers. It makes a huge difference to my mental health.
I know I've been posting everything that's happened to me. I'm hoping it may help anyone else going through similar experience. I've found this forum so helpful along with the information on the BHF site. So will keep posting until full diagnoses is finally made.