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... Now my Dad is questioning whether it's necessary or not because he feels that if taking blood thinners lower the risk of blood clots down to about the same level as if he didn't have the flutter, then why not just keep taking the thinners and forget about doing the cardioversion? ... (2 replies)
... I also cannot tolerate stairs or heavy exercise as the same thing happens. ... (0 replies)
... t sure it is physical the pressure feels so real like a ball sharing the space in the middle of my chest under my skin. I've been getting tests recently and same as you they're all coming back normal. ... (2 replies)

... maintains a diet with lots of fast foods and then resorts to extreme exercise every day to maintain a slim waistline. Exercise is good but there is such a thing as too much. ... (4 replies)
PFO - Help!
Jul 23, 2018
... Hi all, I am currently dealing with a full leg blockage DVT, as well as continue to get many headaches/migraines. My doctor said due to that combination, I needed to be checked out for a heart condition called Patent Foramen Ovale. What do you all know about this?? I can't get in for my heart test until August, but I know if they find it, it will require surgery. Help!... (0 replies)
... take a deep breath but many times I try to take a deep breath and don't get relief which makes it worse. Several times a day it will feel much worse than normal as if I just ran and am unable to catch my breath even tho I'm resting. ... (1 replies)
... Unfortunately, many heart medications have some unpleasant side effects, such as tiredness, lack of energy, fatigue and lowered sex drive. ... (2 replies)
... But to better figure this out, it would be helpful to know if problems such as atrial flutter transmits pain to particular parts of the body. That would go a long ways toward determining the core problem. ... (0 replies)
... Your ranges are a bit off...a 181 pulse during normal light activity seems really high to me, as my high intensity pulse is usually under 140. But thats me, and I exercise regularly. ... (4 replies)
... When I looked at the detailed report the following values were highlighted as outside the normal range. ... (4 replies)
... Our world is constantly changing... pollution levels, smoke, pollen, chemicals, pesticides, diet, and our body tries to adapt as we age. ... (1 replies)
... So now as per doctors suggestion, I have cut Concor 5 to 2.5mg, and he also told me to take 150mg rytmonorm, ACE inhibitor I guess. ... (1 replies)
... Can't leave without a word of encouragement for you to quit smoking... ..relate your fear now as your own future with every chest discomfort. Smoking just isn't healthy, and will most likely cause you issues in the future. ... (1 replies)
... ECG was normal, and listening to my heart, the doctor said he heard nothing abnormal and sent me home as having an "anxiety" attack. ... (2 replies)
... my pulse slowed down to where it belonged, and then I regained my strength. As usual though, it would take a few days befor I could get in to see a Doctor, and as usual by then I was recovered, so naturally he couldn't see anything wrong and said it was all in my head. ... (12 replies)
... Let me predict that they will find an irregularity but that it won't be nearly as high as 250 BPM... ... (12 replies)
... a few minutes and irregular and thendroped down to a regular beats in the 90's. I think thats why it's been difficult for the doctors to diagnose because it goes as fast as it comes on sometimes. My pulse quite offten rose to 130 regularly, and walking up the stairs would bring it up from 100 to 130... ... (12 replies)
... Oh yes, I intend to. I haven't smoked for about a week now but unforutunately, I am human, which means that I have slipped from time to time. Work isn't as bad as being at home if you can believe that as to the 'need' for a cigarette. ... (7 replies)
... Secondly, I have no insurance. Just built a new house and would never want to jeopardize losing that. I'd as soon die as return to the low level of housing we were in before realizing this dream. ... (4 replies)
... Connie, Yes, there are THREE forms of HDL...well actually 3 different WEIGHTS of it but only two are present in significant amounts in humans, HDL-2 and HDL-3. The carrier protein in the same but they carry diferent amounts of fat. If you have a VAP-type study you will get a breakdown of your total HDL into these two components...I've gotten my HDL-2 and HDL-3 several... (5 replies)

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