I'm brand new here, and so glad I found this message board! Just a litle background info: I'm 54, unable to exercise much due to shattered bones in my foot, overweight and former smoker, don't know father's medical info, mother is 74. I have always been fearful of heart disease. My 51 year old husband having 2 heart attacks in 1 1/2 years, certainly hasn't helped matters. I was put on cholesterol medications about 9 months ago - and have very good cholesterol except HDL is only 27 (it has dropped since I started Lipitor). Because of my heart fears, I opted to have the new 64 slice ct angiogram in March. It was discovered that I have a 100% occluded RCA, but with good collaterols, so the drs. feel there is nothing that should be done. I am on Toprol, Lipitor and 81 mg aspirin. The rest of my arteries and heart looked very good, except for very mild soft plaque in the LAD. I don't know how to live with this. I wish I would have never gotten the test. I worry on a daily basis that I am going to have a heart attack. It is ruining my life. I have not met anyone with the same condition I have. I am going to see my husbands cardio - because I think he treats heart disease much more aggressively than my current cardio. Does anyone here have a 100% blocked artery. I am so fearful that the rest are going to block up. Also had an echo - everything looked fine - EF 55-65%. No ekg has ever shown a past heart attack. Sorry this is so long --- just looking for some support.