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Hi I am 34 years old, since few days I am suffering from chest pain on right side, could you please advise me what would be the reason and what should I do.
Dear Doctor, My wife is 36 years old always suffering from low BP often 80/60 so please tell me the solution.
Good morning Madam im 49 years old and had heart problem in April 2016 I had to implant two stents in my arteries and was sports man in school life and college now I have again started exerciser and jogging daily five km but lost 8 kg weight I want to again participate in sports activities please tel me about every day diet plan for an athlete of my age thanks.
My total cholesterol (cholesterol oxidase method) is 91 mg,/dL. HDL (direct measurement method) is 30 mg/dL and LDL (calculated method) is 44.6 Triglycerides (Enzymatic End point method) are 82 Please tell me whether 1. I am going to get heart attack? 2. Can I take curd (yogurt) once in a day.
Does olive oil prevent heart disease? Does cough syrup eork? My parents had cough since 4 years that is why I adkrd ths question?
My sugar level is 225 Fasting at this time I am loosing my weight and pressure level is 204/110 I am taking medicine for sugar GP1 & diabetone and for blood pressure tazloc 80 please suggest.
If a person suffering from heart attack suddenly then what should we have to do at that instant that it would easily taken to hospital and what are the precautions at that time ?
Dr. Told me that my liver has increased you can say fatty liver. Currently, I am having two medicines one is Daber's happen and Carduus Marianus 30. Please suggest me something to fast recovery. Some times I feel pain in Chest center part as well.
My pressure all use 190/100. At present I take ramestar-2. 5, telmat-40am. But till now pressure as it is. Now cloistral, no t. G. Due to high blood pressure my heart problem is identify. Show I want to now which medicine I will take to cure the blood pressure.
Am 35 . I have undergone thru test whr they did the LIPID Profile in my report cholesterol is 266. Triglycerides is 285 Cholesterol HDL is 47 Direct LDL CHOLESTEROL is 169 Am being advised to meet cardiologist Am I not fit what needs to be done. In addition to am over weight (90 kg) Pls advice what need to be done.
I am a 42 years male with cholesterol around 200 even when I eat healthy foot, less oil and baked food and workout daily. My weight is 82 KG and height is 174 cm Please advice.
I am suffering from dry cough for the last 2 week and l have chest pain whenever l cough hard. Con you suggest what should be done?
My total cholesterol is 249 and LDL CV is 199 in my report. In my echo cardiogram it shows IVC 50% collapse and mild TR. What should I do I am worried.
My friend is having a hole in her heart. She is 19 and currently having no issues like pain or any other stuff but some doctor told her that the hole will fill up as she grow up and ultimately will disappear. I want to know is it possible that hole in hearts are curable without operating and is there anything like fill up with the age ? please respond.
We all know about the heartbeat, which is produced by the opening and closing of the valves in the heart, which in turn controls our blood flow. There is a regular pattern to this beat, and when, due to various reasons, it becomes irregular, it is known as arrhythmia. Atrial fibrillation, known shortly as AFib, is one of the common types of arrhythmia.
Why AFib: The heart has an electrical impulse system, which controls the opening/closing of its valves. Due to various changes, be it lifestyle, dietary, or regular wear and tear, this electrical system is affected and so the valves do not function properly. This leads to altered rhythm, and when it happens on the right side of the heart, in the valves between the two atria, it is known as atrial fibrillation.
Signs and Symptoms: It is not something which shows up as soon as the onset happens. It is a gradual condition, and many people with AFib may go for months with no symptoms. There could be general symptoms like fatigue and headaches. Gradually, more symptoms like heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, occasional chest pain, or fainting set in. It is usually when workup for some other disease is being done.
Monitoring the pulse or heartbeat is one of the best ways to keep a check on the condition.
Types: There are different forms of it – paroxysmal, persistent, and permanent. In the first one, there are brief bursts of AFib lasting less than 7 days. With gradual progression, symptoms are more frequent and last longer, converting into persistent AFib, which lasts longer than 7 days. If the condition is longstanding and the doctor (as well as the patient) have decided not to treat it, it is permanent AFib.
Risk Factors: The chances of developing AFib increase with family history, age, obesity, smoking, hyperthyroidism, chronic lung diseases, and sleep apnea.
Living with AFib: It is a longstanding condition, and the following precautions are necessary, which are generally heart-healthy.
Quit Smoking: In addition to the multiple benefits of quitting, managing AFib is one.
Diet Changes: Change to a heart-healthy diet with whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, increased fish oils, reduced fat, reduced salt and sugar etc.
Work It Out: Get into an exercise regimen. Discuss with your doctor to identify and agree on the type and level of exercise. This helps manage weight and stress, both essential for controlling AFib.
Manage Alcohol Consumption: Avoid excess consumption of alcoholic beverages. Avoid them completely if they trigger symptoms.
If you have the risk factors for AFib, implementing these changes earlier than the onset of symptoms can help delay progress and reduce severity of the symptoms. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cardiologist.