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... I have had what was diagnosed as Anxiety and Panic Disorder. I battled through many different medications and several therapists. ... (15 replies)
... The autonomic nervous system is the "automatic" or "unconscious" nervous system. It controls and regulates virtually all of our body functions and systems, such as blood pressure, pulse, body temperature, breathing, sweating, bowel function and sleep patterns. ... (0 replies)
... Kathy has some good info, although as far as i know, it is a bit out of date. Yes they used to place pacemakers in the abdomen, as far as I know, any decent hospital out there does not do this anymore, as there is no reason for it. ... (14 replies)

... DavieVegas, MVP is much more common in women, and that's probably why everyone who replied is a woman. It IS seen in men, but not as often. I suspect my son has it, since he's described his heart doing "strange things" but he's one of these people who just ignore it and continue on. ... (10 replies)
... up in a lot of teaching hospitals and ERs. As a result, I realized how much it helped a patient to manage their condition by having knowledge of it, so I studied and never stopped. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your post. I do have periodontal disease in the late stages and will be going to the dentist as soon as i get my works dental plan to have the plaque removed. Be honest tho, my pvc's were prolly not caused by the lack of oral hygine was it? ... (11 replies)
... en bacteria from the mouth enters the bloodstream. Periodontal disease is a chronic bacterial infection of the gums. The beginning stage of the disease is known as gingivitis, which is a curable condition marked by inflammation and bleeding of the gums. The later, irreversible stage is known as periodontitis. ... (11 replies)
... to keep the ventricular rate in a normal range so that the entire heart can handle it, a type of limiter. Note though, at some point the ventricles can speedup as well. ... (11 replies)
... MI almost put my lights out. As my cardiologist tells me, the lower part of my heart just lays there. It's scar tissue. ... (17 replies)
... shaking all over,sweating from head to toe,heart going nuts,weak as you can imagine,I couldnt barely move. ... (14 replies)
... ce a month for me. If I had went to the ER everytime I had an attack they would have had to name a wing after me. Luckily for me, some of the attacks went away as fast as they came. My medication dosage was increased after every major attack and that seemed to make matters worse for me as well. ... (8 replies)
... ce a month for me. If I had went to the ER everytime I had an attack they would have had to name a wing after me. Luckily for me, some of the attacks went away as fast as they came. My medication dosage was increased after every major attack and that seemed to make matters worse for me as well. ... (8 replies)
... ve probably had them for quite awhile but nearly all people do have irregular heartbeats from time to time. Some people are more sensitive to them than others. As unbelievable as it sounds, some would truly never notice, as your doctor said. ... (7 replies)
Gastro or heart?
May 19, 2005
... of my body that was in the up position, is where the pain concentrated, and that when laying on my stomach, that I felt gas or air bubbles rise over my kidneys, as well as the pain being concentrated in my back. ... (6 replies)
My ongoing pain
May 11, 2005
... rritated, the misfiring gets worse and may result in more forceful and uncomfortable beats. There are also some irritants that cause worse misfiring than others. As the misfiring of the heart gets worse, it also gets more dangerous. ... (7 replies)
... i was treated last may/04 for atrial fib and flutter. after 6mos, my cardiologist said i had normal sinus rhythm after wearing a 30 day monitor. still i had episodes of dizziness, weakness, and near fainting. after a bad episode (i have 2-3 a week), they sent me by ambulance from out town to the u of m because our hospt. tested me and said i had 2nd degree heartblock (mobitz... (7 replies)
... Sometimes the sinus node, as well as the AV node, doesn't work properly. Different combinations of supraventricular arrhythmias, both slow and fast, are produced on an intermittent basis. ... (7 replies)
... as you know, too much isn't good. Try to eat more fish and less red meat as well. ... (17 replies)
... I have since found out this is very good for palpatations and I go no where without it now, as it helps a lot. ... (9 replies)
... ot having one since I have had one all my life! But I can tell you several other things about them! First of all having a pacemaker doesn't mean you are disabled as some people seem to think! ... (19 replies)




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