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My nephew is suffering from hole in heart since 1month and he is in critical condition so what to do which is the best hospital for his treatment.
She is feeling pain near heart. Ecg is coming normal. Can you tell me the reason behind the pain. Thanks.
I am 46 years old male in sales and marketing my blood pressure shoots up and I have to take medicine regularly what I can do to reduce my blood pressure.
I am suffering from dry cough for last 2 weeks and I have chest pain cough hard. Can you suggest what should be done.
I got angioplasty in 2003. I experience pain in right wrist and in above chest along with neck, up to chin. Lipid profile indicates ldl around 32 orvso. Stress echo which continued around 10 minutes on tmt has to be stopped since I was getting'swans foolna.
I am 28 years old. My HDL remains on lower side i. E. 28-30. Please suggest what to do to increase the HDL level.
I am a diabetic which is now fully under control with the medicines prescribed by an expert Physician. However the blood pressure has gone high viz. 110: 170 for which I have been told that it is the side effect of medicines given for controlling blood sugar. In view of above I seek necessary advise whether to continue with the diabetic medicines besides additional treatment for controlling the blood pressure. Thanking you,
I am 38 years old. Married. Male. Weight 65 kg. Bp last I checked yesterday 125/80. I am suffering from hypertension. Hurt burn and stomach upset. Disturbed sleep. Stress over the whole body specially near the collar bone. Burning sensation in stomach. Indigestion. Bowling routine is irregular. Anxiety. Fear and violent stress which makes the head heavy, dull and blank. I face hard to think any thing or concentrate to anything. Sometimes body discomfort. I went to vellore. They prescribed me sertraline100 and clonazepam 0.5. Now I do nat taking anything of those medicines. Clonazepam sometimes occurs heartburn and stomach burn. What shall I do. Very tiredness hunts me through the day. Stress on chest and high sensation of repent put me into a deep stress. Now my head is become hot. restlessness throughout the day. Cramp like sensation just under the forehead and eyes. Discomfort over the whole body.
Now it's more than 5 days I am not able to breath in and out properly as I am having lots of chest pain in and around chest and submitting area. Can you suggest me some remedy for relief from pain.
I am 31 year old healthy male, yesterday in my office I just fall down from my chair due to short unconsciousness and hurted on my head and nose (I am not able to remember what happened). I absolutely fine before this happening, no any tiredness, had good meal. After this my BP slightly higher side (140/92) and ECG also fine. This happen very first time, sometime (Avg 2 month) I suffer Migraine and I am not taken any medication for same ever. Kindly suggest?
Hello doctor I'm 20 years old male and I have a bp of 140/90 mm of Hg recently , before I was not concerned now I am really worried and don't know what to do and m really disturbed by everyone's saying that it's really dangerous. Help me what should I.
Sometimes I felt that a needle pinned in my heart, which was felt very painful for a few seconds. And the very next seconds it will be alright.
I am 50 years old men my cholesterol total serum is 105 & sgot 38. Sgpt is 37& triglycerides is 199. Can I intake 180 ml whisky regularly in the evening.
My father has got HDL 44. LDL 152 Kindly suggest some measures to improve it and please also explain how this cholesterol level affects my father physically. And reasons for abnormal cholesterol level? I will be highly obliged. Thank you.
I am 46 years male I am karate instructor today morning I did practice well that time no problem of my chest pain after bathing I felt little dizziness and pain on chest tell me what I have to do ?
There are two primary factors that are more likely to cause a stroke in a person i.e age and a family history. While both are inevitable, this necessarily doesn’t have to be the fate of a person. Brain stroke is entirely preventable as with the case of other diseases. By working on the potential health risk factors, a stroke can be prevented. Here is a list of few such steps which, when followed can pay rich dividends to a person facing the risk of a brain stroke:
Blood Pressure: Blood pressure is the single most important factor that can increase the chance of a brain stroke. If a perfect blood pressure reading seems too difficult to achieve, a more realistic blood pressure target of 140/190 should be aimed for. Some of the common steps in order to achieve an acceptable blood pressure figure include reducing salt in the diet, exercising on a daily basis, regular intake of fresh fruits & vegetables and fast processed food containing processed fats. Finally, quitting drinking and smoking goes a long way in ensuring that a person is safe from strokes.
Losing Weight: Obesity increases the risk of diabetes and blood pressure subsequently increasing the risk of a stroke. Being overweight, therefore greatly increases the odds of a stroke. A BMI of 25 should be maintained by engaging in activities such as walking, running and playing on a daily basis.
Regular Exercise: Exercise is a clear mandate for people facing an increased risk of brain strokes. A moderate intensity exercise schedule for a minimum of 5 days per week is necessary. Some simple steps in order to achieve this include taking the stairs while climbing, joining a fitness club, 30 minutes of daily walk in a day etc.
Moderate Drink: Surprising as it may sound, moderate drinking on a daily basis can dramatically reduce the risk of a brain stroke. Red wine should be the choice of preference in this case. It should be ensured that the level of drinking does not surpass more than a glass. Regular drinking in excessive quantity can increase the chance of brain stroke.
Check For Atrial Fibrillation: This is a disease that is related to the heart due to an irregular heartbeat. There is a possibility of the clots travelling to the brain causing a brain stroke. Certain possible symptoms of this disease such as palpitation of heart and shortness of breath should be checked with a doctor to negate the chance of brain stroke. Certain blood thinners like warfarin and aspirin can shield against atrial fibrillation. A doctor has to be consulted before starting any medication related to the heart. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.