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Heart disease symptoms body
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8/17: feelling very dizzy and cold, at 11am (1h meeting from 9-10, in meeting at 11). Feeling better at about 2 (lunch 12:30)
Some palps during step class.
8/18: lots of palps during 8:30-9:30 pump class. Feels like long, strong beat.
8/19: feeling palps during night.
8/22: Woke up feeling fine then heart block, uneasiness started at 7:30 (before breakfast). Morning after presentation at acs conference.
8/24: feeling mildly dizzy after got off plan in Chicago and very hungry.
There is a commonly held belief that heart disease falls low on the list of causes of death and disability in women. Far from the truth-the following article from the NY Times addressess some of that misperception by the public
Mention the term "heart attack" and most people imagine a pudgy, middle-aged man drenched in sweat and clutching his chest. Few people seem to consider cardiovascular disease (CVD) as a woman's disease.
feeling of unreality like im in a constant dream and everything looks fake, sweating , tremors, fear of dying/doom, rare crying spells, nausea/gagging, trouble consitrating, racing heart, switching body temperatures.
t any family history of heartdisease. 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.
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.
As long as you are not experiencing any of the typical symptoms of heart issues like shortness of breath, pain in the arm or shoulder or jaw, nausea, sweating, etc. i would definately consider process of elimination and possibly speak with your family doc to make sure that none of this he/she believes could be heart related. Sounds like when you re position your body you are getting relief which comes back to your muscle groups.
Like all organs in the body, the heart needs a constant supply of blood. This is supplied by two large blood vessels called the left and right coronary arteries.
Over time, these arteries can become narrowed and hardened by the build-up of fatty deposits called plaques. The narrowing of the arteries is known as atherosclerosis. People with atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries are said to have coronaryheart disease.
t present you with any symptoms. The valve between the two right chambers in your heart has a slight leak. However, some of the newer breed of Cardiologists are starting to investigate Mild leaks. The reason is, if an ongoing infection for example is the cause, it can quite quickly turn to moderate, and then severe. Valves are best dealt with at the earliest possible stage.
he had been treated for high blood pressure from an early age which was under control. we are a little confused as to how someone with such bad heartdisease could have been so fit and also would an echocardiogram have detected these problems??
I feel like poo just as it says in the title, I have severe dizzy spells and anxiety and severe headaches along with body aches and weakness, fatigue and all that nonsense. Oh and I cant stay hydrated.
Women may be more likely than men to have PAD without experiencing symptoms; 50 to 90 percent are asymptomatic or have unrecognized symptoms of the disease, which could put them at greater risk of developing serious disease before it is diagnosed and treated. Specifically, women are also less likely to have intermittent claudication symptoms, i.e., pain when walking that subsides at rest.
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You have a slight leak in your tricuspid valve, but is the leak sufficient to cause the heart to over work? The right side of your heart basically pumps blood returned from the body through the Lungs and back to the left side. So any narrowings along the route can cause issues too. So, basically you want to know what tests they intend to run to establish the problem.
Hello and hope you are doing well.
Inadequate oxygenation can produce symptoms of breathlessness, as the body tries in an effort to compensate for the decreased oxygen supply. The breathlessness could be due to cardiac or lung disorders. Breathlessness on exertion could be due to the decreased lung function. Again in cardiac disorders the heart is unable to pump the blood adequately, more so when subjected to stress like exercise.
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my 12 yr old son who is considered high functioning autistic was just diagnosed with heart failure with co2 poisioning , his body doesnt release the oxygen that he breathes in. I was wondering if any body knows what kind of treatment that i may be able to get for him ?
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