Heart disease symptoms mayo

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Avatar n tn Hospitalized for 2 weeks, could not walk, talk, seizure type symptoms. I have elevated liver enzymes, slightly enlarged liver and spleen, fluid around my heart. I have rashes that come and go. Suffer from extreme fatique and neurological problems as well. I have been to 15 doctors and still have not answer. I am on a waiting a list for the Mayo Clinic, but that could take months. I turn jaundice, have Reynauds syndrome, and ITP.
1769997 tn?1313941848 I am a 53 yo male who has heart disease. I have over 40 stents as well as 2 bypass surguries. I have since developed tremendous chest pain that radiates down my left arm and up to my jaw. It comes out of nowhere and is sometimes a 10 out of 10. Nitro does nothing when it is ramped up so high. I have been in the ER 12 of the last 30 days and it is not only embarrasing but it *****. I have been told each time the ECG is good and the traponin levels are good as well as chest x rays are all good.
Avatar f tn The test result information you provide, if valid, effectively rules out the common causes of such acute symptoms, such as classical pulmonary embolic disease and coronary artery disease with acute heart failure and raises the possibility of uncommon disorders. One caveat is that in a circumstance such as this, tests that may ultimately provide a diagnosis (for example, heart catheterization, CT scanning of the lungs, echocardiograms) may be normal or marginally abnormal at the outset.
Avatar n tn I looked and looked but all I found was that people with "heart disease" should be vaccinated. According to one little bit I found on Mayo Clinic site it said: The flu vaccine that is given by nasal spray (FluMist) isn't recommended for people with heart disease because it's made with live virus that can trigger flu symptoms in people with heart disease. This isn't specifically referring to the H1N1 mist however. And I don't know if MVP is considered heart disease.
Avatar f tn That the first cardiologist assumed it was congestive heart failure due to bad heart disease. Well after four months of a lot of test. My heart is back to normal no side effects very, minimal heart disease. All other cardiologist state the first cardiologist should have waited to put in the pace/def because the medicines cleared my heart up after all.
965233 tn?1247329651 It feels heavy and my heart rate has been 138.I get shortness of breath,cold sweating.lightheadness and weakness.I went to the doctor and he say everything is good.He said the only thing he could think was to send to the Mayo clinc.I can't afford that.So if you could help I would be grateful.
Avatar f tn Gave Rx for Metoprolol to lower B/P of 140/90.....Father had 7 brothers die of heart disease and his Father @ age 35.... What are your thoughts???? Thanks...
Avatar f tn A stress test is a very simple and easy test to do. It will tell if you have any irregularities with your heart. Remember that heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the U.S. It is always best to find and treat it in its early stages. Shortness of breath is not a symptoms of liver disease until someone develops advanced End Stage Liver Disease (ESLD). This occurs when the liver is no longer able to perform its functions.
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559237 tn?1215868300 MRI shows MULTIPLE Perventricular and Subcortical white matter lesions of increased signal intensity on FLAIR sequence and T2 weighted sequence. Although this MAY be due to chronic penetrating small vessel disease, due to patient's age, other etiology such as Demylinating process/Multiple Sclerosis must be ruled out with further testing. Blood tests and spinal fluid tested negative for Lyme disease, Sarcoid, Multiple Sclerosis...
Avatar n tn The main thing about an echo is that your cardiologist said your heart was normal structurally, no heart disease. You should retest in a few years and make sure the leakage isn't getting worse, but this is all pretty normal. There is no way I know of to reverse this, only thing I know of is a valve replacement, but that's only for pretty severe cases. You should direct any questions concerning exercise to your doctor but I would imagine there's no issue there either. Good luck!
Avatar n tn Vitamin D toxicity can result in serious health problems, especially if an individual has a medical history of heart, liver or kidney disease. Excess amounts of vitamin D3 may produce high levels of calcium in the blood, which is known as hypercalcemia. Hypercalcemia, in turn, may cause side effect symptoms that include stomach problems, weakness and confusion.
Avatar m tn This week at one of the patient education presentations I was able to ask about Mayo, and how their standard of MS diagnosis is so much stricter than other centers in the US. This neuro said that he feels Mayo has little to offer for MS - he said they are very good with Parkinson's disease but are definitely not leaders when it come to Multiple Sclerosis. We have heard very few success stories here. Most come away feeling that they have wasted time and money.
Avatar f tn I am a 60 year old female. I have symptoms that are very much like those with ALS; muscles of feet, lower legs, knees, fingers, hands, forearms, upper arms and neck fatigue very quickly (but seem strong on initial resistance testing). This symptom has progressed steadily for the past 12 months, both in getting tired quicker, and in more muscle groups being a problem. I have recently begun to have jaw and tongue fatigue; I've had vocal fatigue for the 12 months.
Avatar f tn I agree with wanna about 100 different answers, heres my Mayo story... I have been trying to get answers to my symptoms and LP results for 9 years, I finally get enough money to go to the Mayo (My out-of-network insurance sucks) and hoping they will have all the answers I have been seeking, I was wrong they couldn't answer my questions any better than the docs in KC, I spent a little less than $10,000 out of pocket for nothing.
Avatar m tn Is this even possible? I know the symptoms should still be there, but can the heart muscle grow back? That is what it feels like, because it feels like it is getting worse over time. If anyone can help, I wiould be very grateful.
Avatar f tn Specifically between what is probably the most common inflammatory disease, Asthma, and a group of diseases that include diabetes mellitus, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Coronary Heart Disease. The results of one such study, from the Mayo Clinic, are cited below. You may want to discuss it with your physician. To greatly simplify their findings, there was an association between Asthma and Diabetes or Coronary Heart Disease.
Avatar n tn Small vessel disease is a condition in which the small arteries in the heart become narrowed. Small vessel disease causes signs and symptoms of heart disease, such as chest pain (angina). http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/small-vessel-disease/basics/definition/con-20032544 If I were you I would call the dr's office and ask to speak with a nurse. Let her know about the facial weakness and ask what you should do.