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... His concern now is why this wasn't found with the ct scan and why the docs blew it off as anxiety or acid reflux after all the tests they sent him through. I told him don't worry about that. Thank God you're ok! ... (1 replies)
... left ventricle is reduced. The heart's ability to supply the body with blood decreases, and blood backs up into the lungs. This would be congested heart failure as the lungs fill with fluids. I experienced that and you do not want to go there. ... (4 replies)
... be ashamed of, and I really am wondering where you might have gotten that kind of impression. My Cardio told me it was caused by having untreated rhuematic fever as a child...which is why it is somtimes referred to as Rhuematic Heart Disease.....PLEASE look it up and get the help you need. ... (4 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)
... s, and it has become more and more upsetting to me that they are suggesting a possible 5 year wait before doing my valve replacement. I dont think I need it now, as I am asymptomatic, but I dont want to wait until like you I am short of breath. ... (4 replies)
... I am 44 yo female. I was diagnosed with AS about 18 mos. ago. Valve replacement was immediately recommended, but I have elected to do nothing at this time. ... (4 replies)
... The treadmill differs as it evaluates in addition to the EKG results the reaction of the heart and vessels to exercise. ... (2 replies)
... is a regular EKG where you lay down and they hook you up all over your body to a machine for a couple minutes just as good as a treadmill test? ... (2 replies)
... I agree as I don't believe that information gets into the public domain unless there is legal action. ... (5 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)
... That articles states "Pfizer's decision to abandon torcetrapib throws into question the theory that using drugs to raise good cholesterol, known as HDL, will benefit patients. Some scientists worry that the drugs cause the body to produce a form of HDL that may actually be harmful. ... (5 replies)
... that explains the vague statements I'm seeing in some of the articles about the recently halted Pfizer drug trial that there may be such as a thing as "bad" HDL? ... (5 replies)
... that explains the vague statements I'm seeing in some of the articles about the recently halted Pfizer drug trial that there may be such as a thing as "bad" HDL? ... (5 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with inappropriate sinus tachycardia which apperently is quite rare. I have been on beta blockers for 16 months and i have tried loads of them bisoprasol, atenalol, propanalol (including the slow realease) so now I will be having the op where it burns your nerves. My heart rate is rarley under 100 and usually between 120 - 150. I am 22 and a healthy... (12 replies)
... no luck in getting it there. I don't know if Diltiazem is something you want to mention to your Dr. or not. So far it seems to have a very mild effect on me, but as was stated earlier, everyone reacts differently to medications. My situation may also be altogether different than yours too. I hope you find relief soon. ... (12 replies)
... Do you have sinus tahcycardia or svt or vt as well? ... (12 replies)
... Just take it as one piece of the puzzle, that is a good sign at least, but not the full picture. ... (4 replies)
... I just read Amy's response, I agree, and I will add don't discontinue medication abruptly as that in itself can cause a medical problem. The body system adjusts. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I just registered and had a question for you guys. I posted this yesterday on the anxiety boards and realized it was more of a heart issue (when my problem first started I thought it might be anxiety, now I don't think it's the cause, but probably is worsened by anxiety). I am taking a beta blocker, Toprol XL 25 mg once a day for sinus tachycardia. I would have ST... (7 replies)
... I have trouble conceiving of a case where this would happen and a person be unaware of it...I felt as if I had been hit by a BUS driven by Beelzebub himself! ... (12 replies)




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