Following my thread "Bricking it" I have not long got back from having the angiogram done and everything regarding future treatment has been explained to me. Thankfully The doctors believe that things can be sorted out without the need for a by-pass.
The angiogram showed the following things :-
Mild distal disease in LMS (Left main stem)
Tight stenosis in proximinal LAD (Left arterial descending artery)
Mild disease elsewhere.
The way that the doctor who did the angiogram explained it to me is that he is going to do one large stent and then insert a camera as there are two "problems/restrictions" in the Left Main Sten. If he can deal with both of these with the one large stent then all will be well and just a second smaller stent will be put in the left descending artery, and that should put me "back on track" and to "get back with living a normal life".
Once again all of the staff at He Royal Blackburn Hospital were fabulous and couldn't doo enough to make sure that all of the pationts on the ward were cared for and didn't want for anything. I really do raise my hat to them all and can't praise them enough!
This really is a load off my mind now knowing that I should get by without a by-pass and that I should (Hopefully) get back to being able to get out and follow my passion for shooting again by Christmas time.
Thanks to everyone who showed concern and offered their thoughts, words of encouragement and good wishes!