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Should you put some energy into training this listening communication proficiency, that is actually the basis of what Mental Health experts do, you'll see some very exciting outcomes. View Thread
Aortic Stenosis: I was diagnosed with Aortic Stenosis. Otherwise I am very healthy, even the doctors said so....
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Aortic Stenosis: I was diagnosed with Aortic Stenosis. Otherwise I am very healthy, even the doctors said so. However, I am facing open heart surgery. I am a 71 year old female and I would like to know why open heart surgery is better for otherwise healthy people other than going through the groin?View Thread
I'm a 39 year old female and significantly overweight. I've experienced issues with my heart off and on for about 6 years. Early issues were chest pains which was dismissed as acid reflux. In 2009 I went to the ER for rapid heart rate and my EKG came back as abnormal. I got a heart cath and that came back fine and that was the end of that. Fast forward to February 2015. I am getting fatigued just walking to the bathroom. Neck pain and shoulder pain when I stood up. I would also have chest pain and really bad acid reflux and gas in my stomach. I couldn't stand for very long and my heart rate would increase significantly when I did. These symptoms came on very suddenly. A month prior to that I was fine. I saw my cardiologist and he said that I basically need to lose weight, which of course I knew. He prescribed some medication (Amlodopine) and sent me away. The symptoms still persisted and were so worrisome that I went to the ER. They admitted me at my request in order to do a 24 hour blood draw. The cardiologist there suggested another heart cath and ecg because it had been a few years since my last one. All tests came back fine. Symptoms persisted. I went to see my primary care physician instead, because my cardiologist refused to make another appointment with me until my scheduled follow-up. She prescribed another medication (propranolol) and referred me to a pulmonologist and a gastroenterologist to rule out other things. Things seem to get a bit better with the meds she prescribed. Pulmonologist could find no problems with my lungs. I had a scope done and the results showed that I had significant acid reflux. Dr upped my dosage of Nexium and sent me on my way. For the next few months I actually felt pretty good. I lost 35 lbs and could do chores around the house. Fast forward again to now. For the last couple of weeks I have been having palpitations a lot. Usually happens after I walk around or sometimes after I eat and they can last for quite a while. Went to the ER and of course they could find nothing. Lots of reflux and gassy stomach after I walk around and sometimes chest pain. In the last 3 days my heart rate has started to increase significantly with just the act of walking and this is followed by palpitations that seem to last forever. When I went to the ER they gave me a hotter monitor to wear for 24 hours. I will be turning that back in today (Saturday) and have an appointment on Monday with a cardiologist. . I'm almost certain that he's going to say that there is no problem. What do I do from there? Are there any other tests that I can ask about? Is there any way for them to tell what my heart is doing when I walk around? I know there is the traditional stress test, but since I've had a heart cath I guess they don't see that as necessary. I'm really scared and feel like I'm gearing up for a heart attack but I'm powerless to do anything. My heart rate got up to 146 this morning and that was just from me standing in the kitchen using the microwave. All of the Doctors keep citing the heart cath results and telling me that I'm fine. I'm not fine.View Thread
Hi! My father had a severe heart attack 3 weeks ago. And after the Eco test the doc said his EF level is...
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Hi! My father had a severe heart attack 3 weeks ago. And after the Eco test the doc said his EF level is 20-25% and that's why he can't go through an angiography. He is on medications and feeling better except some restless nights due to shortness of breath. Otherwise he doesn't have any symptoms of swelling or coughing. Just worried is it heart failure?? How long is he going to live and how is his quality of life is going to be??View Thread
Had stress test yesterday. Received call first thing this morning, stating I had blockage in frontal wall and apical wall of heart. They are scheduling cardiac cath, and will let me know first of week after insurance approval.
Stress test in 2010, 2012, 2013 all normal. Physician stated that blockage is classified as minimal, moderate or severe. Mine is moderate. Was instructed to try and relax, continue to walk my dog, just do not do anything strenuous, no mowing grass, biking...etc... I am a little scared....heart disease runs in family as well of history of blockage.....I am a 61 y/o female...anything anyone can tell me....are stents or bypass usual form of treatment.....just looking for someone who has been thereView Thread
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