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535822 tn?1443976780 Salmon is amazing on the grill. Look into a cedar plank to grill it on. Or, chunk it and add to skewers with some peppers, red onion, and mushrooms and maybe marinate in a bit of italian dressing first (not long as the acid will cook the fish). You can also buy salmon burgers pre-done. Think about shrimp on skewers and do up lots of grilled veggies - you can do eggplant, peppers, onions, asparagus. And try grilling sliced pineapple (about 3/4"). It is to die for!
751951 tn?1406632863 God is good! Even when our dreams have been crushed---He is good. Though we are rejected by our families and are surrounded by shame---still, He is good. When we know the true nature of our hearts, He is good. We may live in pain and are left alone and still He is good. When it seems that hope is gone, He reminds us of His love and the fact that He alone can set us free. In the end, this is what truly matters, is our relationship to Him and to His son Jesus who paid the price for us!
Avatar n tn I like to reserve a little marinade to baste chicken in when on grill. Then take chicken out of marinade and grill. Serve the chicken over brown rice and make a mix of mango, finely chopped jalapeno pepper (or can leave that out), chopped fresh cilantro and lime juice. Pretty tasty. Serve with a fresh green vegetable. So, there are some ideas for easy light recipes.
Avatar m tn HI The good news is there is no damage to your heart muscle, which means the things you read on the internet do not apply to you. Those statistics normally relate to people who have dead heart muscle from a heart attack. Your latest echo proves your muscle is fine. You seem surprised that this has happened at your age. It is becoming more common now. When I was 46 I had my first blockage, but others were seen during the angiogram which had been there for many years.
277836 tn?1359666174 Can you load up your grill and get to Canada before winter? I LOVE BBQs.
Avatar f tn Im having a tingling in my left arm and i feel kinda funny behind my left breast could this be a heart attack...i do hae small vessell ichemia,,,and i also have bad anxiety,,im on ativan,risperdal and remeron.....
976897 tn?1379167602 Just had angioplasty for a heart attack and thought I would post the experiences so others can hopefully benefit in some way or other. It was last thursday morning when I walked upstairs to the bathroom. I felt very light headed, so much that it was a real effort to not pass out. I had chest pains on a scale 1-10 (8) which would not go away even when I was relaxed. Sweating was incredible, I haven't sweated so much in all my life. No palpitations and no shortness of breath.
Avatar f tn I believe stress over a long period of time, I'd guess many years, could cause heart problems, even a heart attack. I think it very unlikely that the onset of stress would cause any heart problems beyond high heart rate, maybe high blood pressure and perhaps irregular heart beats. Please take these comments in the context that I provide them: a heart patient who has personal experience with heart disease and has read posts of many others who have various hart problems.
Avatar n tn Hi Judy- very interesting question. You have mentioned several issues and I will address them separately. 1. Stress cardiomyopathy (CM)/"heart attack" - We see this quite often. Stress CM has several other names - "Tako Tsubo"/"broken heart"/apical-ballooning CM. It refers to a condition where (mostly) women develop chest pain after suffering some sort of emotional or physical stress, and the EKG and blood work suggest a significant heart attack.
Avatar m tn If you went to the hospitial within hours after your episode there are identifying markers....the marker CK-MB would show an increase above normal in your blood test about six hours after the start of a heart attack. It reaches its peak level in about 18 hours and returns to normal in 24 to 36 hours.a blood test. You probably don't need to go to your doctor if you have only fainted one time and you are in otherwise good health. Fainting is common and usually not serious.
Avatar n tn My Dad had a Stent placed after a heart attack one week ago. He has been having jaw pain all day. Should we be worried?
Avatar n tn He has been suffering with this pain for a long time and is very stubborn refuses to see a doctor until today.He previously had a heart attack 8 years ago and 3 years also had his heart jump started as it had gone out of rympth ---- he now does not want to go to the cardioligist -- would this condition lead to a full blown heart attack.He is out of breath with just taking a few steps.If he wants to do anything physical he just cannot do it as the pain comes back and the exhaustion.
Avatar f tn But between you and me, the good news is that it does not sound like you are experiencing heart failure. Wishing you only the best in health and happiness. Best, Dr.
Avatar m tn I'm not a doctor, but I understand people can be having a heart attack and still have a normal or near normal blood pressure. Heart attacks in women don't always include the same/typical symptoms as they do in men. Also, it's fairly common in women that symptoms of a heart attack come and go--so just because the clear up doesn't mean you're not having a heart attack. Better safe than sorry, right? I would seek medical attention immediately. First, take a 325 mg.
Avatar f tn I am a 47 year old female, family history of heart attack. I have been on bp meds for 5 years. I have not been feeling well for a few months. My BP fluctuates - it is better after taking my bp med Lysoprine. Last night I had a spell and my legs were shaky, clammy, sweaty, and nauseous. then I yawned uncontrollably for 10-15 minutes. My neck became sore and stiff. The feeling passed, but a Blood pressure check a couple of hours later revealed 180/109. I checked it 3 times.
Avatar f tn An actual heart attack, pretty close to zero.
Avatar n tn I would be very optimistic. Meanwhile you can assume they are giving her the best of care. There are good chances for full recovery, but it depends upon the degree of damage. The term "heart attack" is rather meaningless. Visit often, hold her hand or keep your hand on her shoulder when you visit, and do not hesitate to inquire as to the name of the physician on duty and ask him, or the duty nurse a question every time you visit.
Avatar f tn Recently had a EKG (actually two) and it suggested a prior mild heart attack. I am scheduled by my cardiologist for a nuclear stress test. I was questioned about any chest pains and could remember none. However, I do remember that my dentist a number of yrs. ago, injected novocaine and I had a terrible reaction, shakiness , flushed and having a difficult time breathing. The doctor said sometime the injection will go straight into my blood system and cause this .
277836 tn?1359666174 you have never had MY oven turkey!!!! I admit turkey on the grill is good. It is just not a Thanksgiving without a turkey in the oven surrounded by stuffing or dressing whatever you happen to call it. One year when my son was just four he throught I had killed and was cooked thee "Big Bird." I made the comment, "Boy that's a big bird I have cooking." He didn't know a turkey was a bird. He cried until I explained it. Kids!! They are so innocent.
Avatar m tn Can anyone explain to me why I still had a heart attack even while taking the following meds atenenol 50mg bid, HCTZ 25mg daily, zetia 40mg daily, plavix 25mg daily, welchol 625mg bid. Also what is the chance of a second heart attack My Aortic Valve, Tricuspid Valve, and my Mitral Valve are failing because they are stenotic and regurgitative. The Aortic valve is in the worst shape of the three they tell me. I have psoriatic arthritis and ankolosing spondylitis. all joints are involved.
Avatar f tn hi,i had a massive heart attack bk in june2010 im 36yrs old ive got 2 stents back in july i has another angiogram when they went up there to look at my stents the doctor told me i might need bypass so why are these drs not going to do it? also they never listened to me b4 i had my heart attack.im confused i dont knw what to do..anything would help....
Avatar f tn I am on Plavix for my Heart Attack and my husband is on Coumadin for a blood clot he had 3 years ago 1 month after he had broken his ankle and had to have surgery. I say he should be off the Coumadin already. He went back to work full time after the broken ankle and also lost 60 lbs. He says the Plavix is just as bad.