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Recently after reading the ECG, Chief Physician asked us to consult a Cardiologist. He advised for taking a Echogram. Doctor said that there is nothing to worry at all about the Heart but the Heart is slightly larger due to the fact that my wife is a BP patient for over 15 years, taking amlopres L regularly. He said BP patients do generally have a slightly bigger heart. My wife is having gum problems as well she is not having arousal and desire. Do you want me to do any specific Test for Heart functioning and if so what are the tests to be carried out. My Wife is 58 years old.
I have GERD, duodenum ulcer, Hiatal hernia and recently diagnosed with arthritis. I feel pain and burning sensation in the chest all the tym, I think its because of hernia and also when I sneeze or lie down of stand up it happens at t hat tym too. I think many other problems are coming in notice due to these diseases. Do reply and suggest me what should I do?
I am scared about heart disease. Because my cholesterol is 229mg. After taking food I am getting pain in my left chest.
, I am a 53 yr old male, I don't smoke nor drink nor do any drugs. I have an appointment to see a family doctor later this month (they have a long wait list). But in the meantime I'm trying to research what this" could be" & if its arrhythmias, what type of doctor should I go to. A regular physician, a heart specialist, a blood specialist? Or, how urgent is this, should I go to the ER? I can not breathe deeply. I sometimes wake up at night because my body" forgets" to breathe. I am tired even after 6 to 8 hours of sleep (I don't fall asleep during the day, nor at random times). I've always gotten cold easily, even in 50 degree weather, I'm cold. I found my rt nostril always blocked. My left leg & left arm" fall asleep" after a few minutes of pressure, while my right leg & right arm do not and heavier than. I have heart/chest pain sometimes, just sitting there relaxing. These symptoms have come & gone the last few months. But they have been more consistent the past 2 days.
I am 27 years old. I am having chest pain at left side with pain in left hand and shoulder, neck. Also heavy head, head sensation, and headache with shaking in whole body with mild breathing problem from last 2 months. Also feeling heart beat (dhak- dhak) in whole body specially in stomach. Also from last 3 days feeling left chest vibration & nausea with tiredness all time. Dr. Did ecg twice, blood test n chest x Ray all are normal. Still have pain even now. Could you please assist me?
There was a time when only the elderly were at risk for a heart attack. Today however, anyone can have a heart attack. Symptoms of an oncoming heart attack are often misunderstood. When it comes to first aid for a heart attack, every second is precious and hence it is important to be clear about what a heart attack looks and feels like.
Here are a few symptoms of heart attacks to look out for.
- Feeling of weight on the chest
- Stomach pain with nausea and heartburn
- Radiating pain on the left side of the body, particularly on the arm
- Dizziness and shortness of breath
- Pain that moves from the chest to the throat and jaw
- Extreme exhaustion and weakness
- Cold sweat
The first thing to do if you or someone around you experiences a heart attack is to call a doctor. Call emergency services and ask for an ambulance to be sent at the earliest. Lie down and try to relax. Any form of exertion can worsen the situation. If you are alone, do not attempt to drive yourself anywhere. If an ambulance cannot get to you, ask someone around to drive you to the doctor.
Chewing on an aspirin immediately after a heart attack can help save a life. Aspirin has blood thinning properties that can increase the supply of blood to the heart. Studies have shown that chewing an aspirin is better than simply swallowing it in case of a heart attack.
If the patient loses consciousness at any point, check their heart rate. In case the person's heart stops beating attempt to perform CPR to restart the heart. This can restore partial supply of oxygenated blood to the heart. To perform CPR have the patient lie down on the ground and kneel beside them. Place your right palm on the center of their chest and place the left hand over it while interlocking the fingers. Keep your arms straight as you press down on the chest at regular intervals. Try and achieve 100 compressions a minute.
Living a healthy lifestyle can lower the risk of suffering from a heart attack. Cholesterol is one of the most common triggers of a heart attack. Eat a diet rich in fiber and low in fats and salt content can lower your cholesterol levels. This combined with regular exercise can also help maintain a healthy BMI that would in turn lower the risk of having a heart attack.