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Hello Doctors! I found a small lump underneath my sternum. I can see it when I stretch my chest out. There is slight pain when I push on it. Also I have been having pelvic pain. Are they connected? What could this lump be? Please help! Thank you!
I'm 16years old. Sometimes I've pain in my heart for 5min. Nd it hurts a lot. But after 5min everything is alright. Wat is the reason? Is it serious? Wat should I do?
Pain is coming while pressing near to left chest pain is coming middle bone near to left chest is there any suggestion.
I am a 62 year old person, at present my weight is 75 kg as per my opinion its more than required 2ndly my B P is always high as 90 to 98 low side 165 to 200 up side.
I have low blood pressure and very low pulse rate too. I have gastric problem too. Sometimes I feel very ill. Like I will faint, stomach ache, heart ache, sweating. Is it due to gastric problem.
Whenever I try to run more than 1 km there is a slight chest pain. Then I have to walk for 5 mins to be normal. How can I improve the stamina? I want to run 10 km race next month.
What should we to avoid heart attack. Is there any particular exercise any kind of food. Pls advice Thanks n regard. Kuldeep Sharma.
My CT Angiography done on 19.6.2014 reported this: (I) Total calcium score= using the AJ-130 method. This score suggests low probability of significant coronary artery disease (ii) Right coronary artery dominance (iii) Distal LAD is diffusely and terminates before the apex (iv) No other significant abnormality seen. STRESS THALLIUM (Myocardial Perfusion Scan) conducted three days earlier stated: (I) Adequate exercise (88% THR achieved) (II) Good effort tolerance (METS 7.1) (III) Normal resting LVEF noted (IV) There is a moderate area of inducible Ischemia involving the apical mid anterior wall (LAD territory) (V) Rest of the myocardium shows normal perfusion at rest and stress. Cardiologists differ on further course of action. While one comments "Conservative management is of the order here, the other advises for angiography. Incidentally, Angiography done at AIIMS 11 years ago was found to be normal. HOW DO YOU EVALUATE MY CASE AND WHAT DO YOU ADVISE.
My lipid profile such as total cholesterol (CHOD-POP) - 182 mg/dl, triglyceride (GPO-ESPAS)- 286 mg/DL ,HDL Cholesterol (PEG-PAP) - 46 mg/DL, VLDL - 57 mg/DL, LDL - 79 mg/dl. What should I do now?
After cabg 3 years back, under the advice of Dr. I was taking rouvastatin 10mg daily. But recent test shows both hdl & ldl much below normal range. Apart from reducing statin to 5mg. Any other alternative?
Menopause brings about a lot of changes in a woman's body. It not only signifies the end of her fertility and child bearing days, but it is a sign of growing age and the body progressing in a new direction of aches, pains and vulnerability. While some of these are natural, others can prove to be dangerous as it significantly increases the risk of heart disease (unlike common myths, women do get heart attacks). The risk factor is also goes up if the woman suffers from diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure. One of the widely known, but well ignored fact remains that women with a sedentary lifestyle increase their risk and vulnerability to all of these diseases. A family history in heart disease can also turn into a risk factor when menopause sets in.
The natural age of menopause is considered to be around 50 and when a woman reaches this age, the estrogen levels in her body experience a sharp drop. This hormone is partly responsible in maintaining heart health in women. Other factors that are triggered during menopause include changes in body fat distribution from a gynoid to an android pattern, reduced glucose tolerance, abnormal plasma lipids, increased blood pressure, increased sympathetic tone, endothelial dysfunction and vascular inflammation.
Experiencing menopause? Here's how you can lower your risk of heart disease
A healthy lifestyle never comes by accident, only by choice. And this is an essential key in controlling diseases that come as a side effect of menopause too. Here are some thing you can do:
- Walk / Exercise: This isn't a 5-day week practice. You need to exercise throughout the week in order to maintain heart health. It helps your heart to pump blood through your body and also reduces risks to other diseases like high blood pressure and cholesterol. One key benefit is that it helps keeps the weight off - that should be good reason to walk an extra mile.
- Choose a healthy diet: Most people mistake a diet to be about not eating the things you really like. A good diet can be made very tasty and can also be portioned in such a way that it leaves less room for craving. As always avoid the junk, deep fries and extra helping of cheese.
- Hormonal therapy: There has been contradicting evidence on hormonal replacement therapy for estrogen can lower the risk of heart disease. Some women continue to be advised this treatment based on their particular case history, especially for women who undergo surgical menopause (when the uterus and other reproductive organs many have to be removed due to life threatening conditions like cancer).