Heart stroke lottery ontario

Common Questions and Answers about Heart stroke lottery ontario


Avatar n tn Many people who have had that type of death experience and brought back experience changes in the brain that often affect memory, personality or physical abilities similar to having a stroke. And like a stroke, the effects may be temporary or permanent.
1147125 tn?1265114765 I do get worried about the fluid build up. Can the fluid that builds up cause heart and stroke issues? Its so hard to find answers about this condition. I am going to see a back surgeon in Feb about a disk that is decreasing my thecal sac by 50% im hoping that this will help with the fluid "pressure" feeling.
Avatar f tn doctors think My mom had a mini stroke at age 45, my grandmother on my moms side had diabetes and two heart attacks..last one killed her. My dad had a two heart attacks in his 50's, survived both. all are smokers and obese. My sister had healthy no complications in her pregnancy.
1363834 tn?1277825045 It wont be a heart attack or stroke that kills me, itll be the stress and worry. i need help. So i thought id try these boards and see if i could get some help or info on how to beat this.
Avatar m tn I would to know if there is a connection between dental problems, and anxiety(panic attacks). I have been with many Dr s here in Ontario, and I still has no resolution for the issues. i have been placed on Chlonazipam, though I still suffer the dental pain. I do not have enough money to deal with all of my dental issues, though I am getting some treatment from an oral Dr. I would appreciate all the help that you can offer me.
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.
Avatar f tn Hello, My mother is 69 years old. She has had very high blood pressure (200/160) since her early 30's. She lives in a small northern Ontario town where the doctors are at a premium and the good doctors are practically non-existant. She called me this morning saying that her pulse has been over 120 bmp for about 2 months and she sweats profusely. It's not due to exercise, because she never leaves her apartment and she sleeps over 12 hours per day.
1606441 tn?1303945000 Lately especially at night I have been having alot of issues with irregular heart beats. I will wake up out of a dead sleep with my heart through the roof and a ponding headache....I try to get out of bed but my balance is so bad I almost fall. I am wearing a holter monitor to try and catch these episodes but cannot see a cardiologist for a month! I have started having to take some ativan just to take the edge off...
Avatar m tn This happens by a system of vasodilation and vasoconstriction coupled with the pumping rate and stroke volume of the heart. Rather than make frequent changes in volume, the body changes the configuration of the total container (all the vessels) and increases the speed at which the resource is renewed.
Avatar f tn What is the difference between Ischemic stroke and myocardial infarction? I have PR 232 ms. What does it signify?
Avatar n tn Thank you so much. I will let my doctor know.
Avatar n tn She had not eaten all day long ,and had 2 cup of cafe , after 2 hours her heart began beating so fast, and her left arm is numb , she could not see , and her heart is still aching. Her blood pressure is low. what is wrong with her ?
Avatar m tn Hi, its difficult to tell the exact prognosis. As the post stroke swelling subsides she may recover function. But now all depends on if her vitals are stable or not. As she is improving and if the "stroke" is stabilized, and there is no further bleeding or clotting I would remain optimistic. Regards.
1367233 tn?1316104535 In follow-up questionnaires, sent out every two or three years until December 2006, the participants were asked whether they had had a heart attack or stroke, information that was subsequently verified by medical records from general physicians or hospitals. Death certificates from those who had died were also used to identify MIs and strokes.
Avatar n tn My husband has had Arrhythmia for about a year and a half. It started out and would come when ever. He has had a electrophesiaologist study done and is on beta blockers only when it occurs. The studys didn't pin point where his heart was misfiring and they said there was no reason why it is going on. About 3 months now it comes for 2 weeks and then it is gone for 2 weeks. Why the pattern? His Arrhythmia is like his heart skips a beat. I can put my head on his chest and hear it.
Avatar m tn I was convinced I was about to have a heart attack, heart disease etc. I had an EKG, blood work, stress test and an Echo Cardiogram all which came back normal. Apparently 90% of people have the same type of mild mild murmur I have if they were checked for it. My Dr. has been really good about sending me for whatever tests I need to make me feel better. I'm going for an MRI just to rule out brain issues before I start dwelling on the possibility.
480448 tn?1426948538 com/article/20121120/NEWS04/121129848 HARRISBURG – The Britain-based company that runs the national lottery in the United Kingdom is pledging to produce more than $34 billion in profits over 20 years if it wins a contract to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery, Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration said Tuesday as it moves toward privatizing the state’s $3.5 billion system. The administration said it will weigh the offer by Camelot Global Services, which it said is good until Dec.
Avatar m tn Hi my grandma had a stroke Saturday. We are not sure when she had it but we think it was 18hrs before we found her. She had scans done on her brain and they said she had a massive stroke and brain bleed. When we found her she was breathing on her own and had a heart beat but wasn't responsive, she is still like that today. The doctors say she has less than 5% chance of surviving and not to revive her if she has a heart attack as she will end up with no quality of life.
Avatar f tn He is 70 years old with blood work and blood pressure of a much younger man. When you take coumadin to help prevent a stroke then learn that taking it could also cause a stroke-that's kind of scary. My husband also started taking cod liver oil daily which we read keeps those arteries nice and slippery making it hard for clots to form. He also takes bunches of different vitamins. Thanks also for the heads up about a physicians "Standard of Care" rules.
9263335 tn?1403463032 now I know what it feels like. How pathetic is my husband thinking that by buying me a stupid lottery ticket is going to change what he said.. smh I'm just hurt right now.
Avatar n tn Volume dependence is a reliable parameter regarding the functionality of the left ventricle but the precise volume from stroke to stroke will vary and be less reliable. When I went to ER from a silent heart attack the echo test reports an EF below 29% (13% EF after a few hours after the echo. Thanks for the question and if you have any followup questions you are welcome to respond. Take care.
405614 tn?1329144114 New Jersey, Illinois, Virginia, South Carolina, Ontario and Washington State!!!! Whewwwww, what a trip that would be! Maybe when I win the lottery....heeheehee This forum is such a special and blessed place and the people on here are just the most special in the entire world. I thank God everyday for the opportunity I've been afforded to meet and know all of you.
Avatar m tn i have been experiencing mostly pressure some pain in my head face and arm all on the right side. my heart races and i feel like i will faint. this has been happening for 2 weeks. could i be having a stroke all this time. also my nose is stuffy 24/7 but that has been going on for years. i do go to my doctor on Monday. pls help me?
Avatar f tn I'm 40 female and told I have 8mm hole in heart. Irregular heartbeat, palpitations, short breath. Put on meds to slow down heart rate. What are my options? My Cardiologist says they don't perform invasive techniques. I need to know more. Where do I go to now?
Avatar n tn Husband woke up with dizziness, vertigo, vomiting at 3 AM last week. B/P 225/120 ER said he did not have a stroke ( according to CT scan.Can't do MRI due to stents which he got for a 95% blockage to his heart 4 yrs ago.) Cardiologist switched BP meds and B/P going down well on that now.He' still very fatigued, difficulty with spacial perception, walking etc...The Nuero Doc can't see him till May 1st. Any idea what's up with all of this and what kind of treatment we should pursue?