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... Such as heart disease. ... (2 replies)
... ng her up and she was fine...nothing happened. Once shes seen the cardio and her heart problem has been sorted out, its a good idea is she gradually loses weight as this will improve her heart condition dramatically. ... (3 replies)
... zuzu and zip, thank you for the encouragement and information, as well as the laughs. Both were helpful. Zuzu, you might want to check that bouncy thing out...too much broccoli would be my "expert" diagnosis. ... (7 replies)

... While your ASD may not have given you any trouble when you were young, as you age symptoms such as you give may appear. ... (1 replies)
... ib and had first attack in January. In hospital three times with attacks and am now at top dosage of betapace a f. Had a pacemaker put in on last hospital stay as heart rate was too slow and that was a little over one month ago. Today had a fib breakout again. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, For those on PPIs such as NEXIUM and ALSO ON the anti-clotting agent PLAVIX (clopidogrel) you should be aware of recent research on a possible interaction. The research is described in a paper in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. (A pre-release of a paper to be published in the March 31 edition.) The paper reports the first large-scale investigation of the... (4 replies)
... 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)
... The treadmill differs as it evaluates in addition to the EKG results the reaction of the heart and vessels to exercise. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... and the siver lining of all this is that I can't bear to eat something fried or fatty now, as all I can think of is how that may affect my heart. So, maybe that is the reason for all of this. ... (6 replies)
... Either can be serious, nd either can be benign. SVT's are much more unpredictable and unnerving as it could quickly cause a major event. A murmur is usually more predictable and easily monitored going forward. ... (4 replies)
... Murmurs are sounds heard as blood flows through the heart valves with each heart beat during the pumping phase and the filling phase. ... (4 replies)
... Or is it just classed as a heart condition? ... (4 replies)
... I dont know about you guys but I no longer feel my heart beat as strong when i get scared it no longer runs away. ... (5 replies)
... I have what he termed "severe acute EKG disorder". The heart pictures before the treadmill looked okay. The echo stress test was great, but he termed the phrase as having a severe EKG problem. The heart pictures after the treadmill showed all of the readings going below marginal readings. ... (2 replies)
... i would define it as tipping one way or another without trying to or not being able to walk in a real straight line. ... (13 replies)

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