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Hello. There is a minor but some confusing problem. My heartbeat gone faster automatic and when I sleep suddenly it's gone fast and I feel it's blast like Pain in chest gone sometimes continues, sometimes slow slow Don't know what's this.
I am 27 years old female and mother of two. Usually I have joint pains and chest pain regularly. What should I do?
Hi Doc, As per my health check up reports a high cholesterol detected. How can I lower my LDL and increase HDL to maintain good LDL/ HDL ration. Please suggest some foods to increase HDL and to get lower LDL. Please advise medicine to reduce total cholesterol. I am exercising daily with balanced diet and was not expecting such abnormal report. Below are detected levels Total cholesterol. 227 mg/dl HDL cholesterol-Direct 24 mg/dl LDL cholesterol-Direct 142 mg/dl Triglycerides - 166 mg/dl TC/HDL cholesterol ratio 9.3 HDL/LDL ratio 5.9 VLDL cholesterol 33.2 mg/dl Non-HDL cholesterol 202.7 mg/dl Thank you, Amit M.
I am 34 suffered a heart attack last year on Jan 10 next day angiography was done in which clot was removed was having 40% blockage from that day I am on medicine not missing single dose taking tablet on fix time I am taking storvas trio 20 met xl 25 and nekisium 40 from last one year I am living my life in fear because I just fell down last year there was no pain in chest n nothing my height is 5.11 weight 74 kg I visited my Dr. on august 29 2017 he said me too loose weight at least 10 kg which I failed because can't eat less food is my weight OK or need to loose weight now days there is tingle in my left hand n left leg only which make me more fear and some time I feel dizziness for few min why it is happening my bp is 130/80 always stable from last one year.
I am suffering from frequent urination from few months after detecting High BP. Is it hurting my kidneys? What is the solution to improve kidney and heart's health and which medicine I should take for improving both, kidney as well as hearth's health.
I am aged 62 years and i am having cholesterol for which i am taking AtorsaveEZ and Fenovas i am having hyper tension for which i am taking concorcor and Clavix AS150.Ihave been advised to take colchicin as my creatinine level and uric acid level is also little high, is it necessary to take this medicine for a long time .Will there be any side effects in future.May i discontinue the medicine. I am also reported to be having Hypothyroidism for which i am taking thryronorm 62.5mg.I feel because of taking these medicines i am getting scabies or fungus in the groins.Is it correct.Please advice.
If body cholesterol is 400 and man that suffering from that conditions what medicines and treatment he will start.
Recently I had some tests like lipid profile, lft, diabetes screening, cholesterol test etc and found some values above the normal range, such as: alkaline phosphatase - 130u/l SGPT-49.5 U/L GGT-151.5 triglycerides-296 mg/dl Vldl cholesterol - 59.2 mg/dl Calcium- 8.38 mg/dl Bun- 5.52 Bun/ Sr. Creatinine ratio- 6.2 So is there anything in these value which I need to be worried?
I have a headache and also some back pain and also some high blood pressure so please suggest me some best advice.
Peripheral artery disease is a condition brought about by the partial blocking of the main arteries that carry pure blood from the heart to the different parts of the body. When the block occurs or when the flow of blood is restricted, then the functions are directly affected since they may not receive sufficient blood at regular intervals. The most frequently observed form of the peripheral artery disease is the feeling of pain in the legs while walking.
Though it is in the legs that most people seem to find the pain initially, there are other parts of the body like the arms, stomach, head and even the kidneys. As mentioned, the trouble starts when the body is not able to burn enough fat and it deposits itself in the inside walls of the blood vessels leading to these cramp like conditions. These deposits are also known as plaques. Within the medical field, the peripheral artery disease can also be identified or called by other names such as Atherosclerosis or peripheral vascular disease and so on.
Diagnosis of the disease
As with any health condition, the specialist will do a physical examination of the part which you complain is giving you the pain and will ask you a series of questions regarding your personal details, family history and any previous complaints of this sort or of different nature. The best way the doctors would confirm if it is a peripheral artery disease is by a process called ankle-brachial index. This involves finding the differential between the pressure of the blood in your body, in the arms which are closer to the heart, and the legs the farthest. This could reveal to the doctor if the rate of flow of blood to the farthest part like the feet is the same as to the arms. If the doctor finds a substantial difference in the blood circulation, then the doubt increases. The advanced diagnostic tests needed to confirm a case of peripheral artery disease include the Doppler and Ultrasound tests, Angiography and Magnetic resonance Angiography (MRA). These tests will give conclusive evidence to the doctor that it is indeed a case of peripheral artery disease.
Treatment for Peripheral Artery Disease
There are different ways in which the peripheral artery disease can be countered. One way is to change the lifestyle and food habits of the affected person. Since it is obvious that the deposition of plaque from the fatty foods consumed by the person is responsible for the condition, merely stopping the consumption of such items can have a salutary effect. Other steps like quit smoking, if you were into this bad habit, exercising regularly and taking suitable medication as prescribed can treat the condition. In severe cases, procedures like Angioplasty might have to be performed. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!