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231441 tn?1333892766 The neuro says he thinks MS based on phyical, mri and history (timeline very helpful) but diagnostics are to define how bad and as baseline. Limited access to internet. Don;t know yet when will be discharged. Dr Mike my endo who insisted to admitted me won't say. Will catch uplater. Nurse will come looking for me soon. lots of tests tomorrow. am upset, but not surprised. Suspect is different tobeing told. am ok, just terribly fatigued and i walk like i'm drunk. take care all.
237053 tn?1258828426 This is the one I've been giving my dr's. What does this resemble??
Avatar f tn t any family history of heart disease. My age does not indicate towards heart problems. I am so worried abt my health and future. Somebody plz help me. If i am at risk of heart attack or CAD. What should i do. Plz reply.
Avatar m tn Journal began as a way to empower Luke to take control of his disease. In the past 2 weeks he has experienced: fatigue, insomnia, late to school, bad lower back pain (stopped him from doing anything) HA;s, heart pain, abdominal pain, nausea. He has been tolerating the hydration very well, even the increase to 1200. Dont know why but it doesn't seem to give him the boost he had with his IV. His most concerning issues now: dizziness, falling asleep in the shower, insomnia.
Avatar f tn NEUROLOGICAL TIMELINE OF SYMPTOMS DATES , AGE & DIAGNOSIS SYMPTOM&DURATION 1994 - Age: 22 Slurred Speech - 2 days onand off 1998 - Age: 26 Stiff Neck - 3 - 4 Weeks 2000 - Age: 28 Heavy / Dead legs less than 24 hrs.
Avatar m tn what is difference between Heart attack and Angina pain
1200240 tn?1289339687 My hubby has heart disease.He went along to the GP yesterday and he is refering him back to the consultant for further investigation as he has been coming over very poorly and his pulse was low. The GP told him the consultant will probably tell him he's to have a heart bypass which is worrying him now. Today he came over bad in himself as he has been doing quite a lot, he seems a shadow of his normal self.He gets so fatigued and feels very ill in himself.
Avatar m tn Multivitamin-Mineral Use Is Associated with Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Mortality among Women in the United States. http://jn.nutrition.org/content/early/2015/01/07/jn.114.204743.
Avatar n tn What I do recommend for people such as yourself with a family history of heart disease is to pay special attention to watching and controlling your risk factors for heart disease, to decrease the chances of developing a problem. I hope this has been useful. I wish you the best of luck. Feel free to write back. Information provided here is for general purposes only. Specific questions should be addressed to your own doctor.
Avatar m tn I am a 39 yr old male with a long history of health anxiety. I have had the whole range of symptoms including aches, pains, twitching muscles, balance issues and all kinds of worries about my heart. I have had lots of other stuff but right now I am sure my forearms are losing muscle mass. It looks like my muscles on the top of my forearms are especially thin. My question or fear is, in horrible neuro diseases what point does muscle wasting happen?
1142230 tn?1268675666 I'm interested in preparing a timeline. Is there a thread about this somewhere? Thanks for any help!
Avatar f tn Saw Dr. today put me on Atorvastatin because of my family history for Heart disease and Stroke. My cholestoral had come down some but was still high.
Avatar f tn Hashimoto's disease; nodules on thyroid Gallbladder failure IBS & GI problems including internal bleeding Foot surgery Possible staph infection
Avatar n tn Before my heart attack my BP was fine and my cholestrol was good,however I have a family history of major heart problems.
Avatar n tn I had a heart catherization done in Sept. 2003. I had good results, I was told I had no blockages/my arteries were clear. How long does it take for atherosclerosis to occur? Here we are in 2008, is it possible for me to have any atherosclerosis since 2003? I have some risk factors, those being overweight, high blood pressure and family history of heart disease on my father's side. I'm a 48 year old male. I take Norvasc and Toporol XL for my blood pressure.
Avatar n tn I looked and only found the health page about preparing for your doctor visit - it has some very useful tips. I could swear there is a page somewhere about constructing your timeline. Here's my timeline that I took for my first neuro vist, as well as a list of my doctors, dates of health events and tests, and what drugs I am on. Maybe between Rena's and mine you can get inspired to think about what had led up to this point. Good luck.
Avatar f tn I just had a surgical procedure to stop the progression of Barrett's Esophagus disease, which was very successful. My symptom of acid reflux was a problem with my voice and also my teeth were starting to lose enamel. I had very occasional painful moments in my chest, which were confusing as I'm a heart patient (three heart attacks, eight stents, a pacemaker). Acid Reflux doesn't always cause lots of pain.
Avatar n tn Family history, especially of an early in life heart disease, significantly increases your risk of having heart disease. The difficulty is in separating out your fathers risk factor of being overweight, smoking and other issues. A person with no genetic tendencies could cause themselves to have a heart attack at an early age by bad behaviors. For women, the risk of heart attack increases significantly after menopause because estrogen provides a protective effect.
Avatar f tn No one test can diagnose heart disease. Tests to help diagnose heart disease include: electrocardiogram, stress testing, echocardiography, chest x-ray, blood tests*, electron-beam computed tomography, coronary angiography and cardiac catheterization. * Blood tests can include total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, Lp(a), Apo A1, ApoB, CRP, homocysteine, BNP, fibrinogen, blood glucose/insulin, vitamin D, testosterone, estrogen.
Avatar n tn The main point is that you need to listen to your doc because they only have your best interest at heart here.....only your doc knows your complete medical history but personally i would not hesitate in following their instructions...after all they are the doc.
Avatar n tn His Doc wants him to start meds for high blood pressure. He has a family history of heart related problems........his uncle had a heart attack at 38yo.......died last year at 55 but of lou Gehrigh's disease. His dad died at 57yo.........had several heart attacks previously , was a smoker and cause of death was cardiovascular collapse.. His youngest uncle had stents put in a few years ago......in early 40's,,,,,,,, was really tired....went to doc.......and they saw blockages.
Avatar m tn t hurt to have a consultation, particularly if you have other risk factors for heart disease (overweight, smoker, sedentary, family history, etc.). Your primary care physician could also do a complete physical, which should include taking an EKG. Long-term chronic inflammation of any kind, like RA, could lead to coronary artery disease. So if you're worried, ask your rheumie and/or your primary care doctor for advice and a referral.
Avatar f tn Conversely, depriving ones self from dreaming can cause a number of adverse health problems, including fatigue, reduced immune system efficiency, heart disease and mental health issues including delusions and severe cognitive reasoning deficits. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.