Lottery heart stroke ca

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Avatar m tn last year (MAY 2011) my then 7 year old son had numbess in his extremeties one leg/both same as the arms.. then his event in June, unable to walk talk. started out with headache and "lungs felt heavy" 2 hours later he couldn't walk or talk (saying ca ca ca) his right foot was also up and turned in a little after I found him like that 15 minutes later he was able to talk and said his right side was numb..
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.
Avatar n tn well it helped a bit but if i did all the exam such as blood work and the egk should i worry about having a stroke or heart attack. i'm 24 years old and they told me at my personal clinic that it could be anxiety!
880919 tn?1265465203 No clue, but so glad you won Jane! whats the prize?
Avatar m tn s mistakes and lies so I will test every other week now beyond my 6 week mark. Also being that theyre in GA, says a lot about them. Maybe if they were in DC, NY, CA, or MA I would feel more confident in them. I just really dont know these answers as much as I try to make sense of it or think I understand it.
Avatar n tn Have seen GP, Cardiologist and Neurologist in past 3-4 months. Diagnosis of possible stroke 2 years ago (sudden onset numbness left arm and hand and grasping function). Positive Babinski left foot. All labs are normal, other than +1 ketones in urine. Heart normal. Echo and CA++ Scan show 0% chance of cardiac event. MRI of head/neck shows 70% occlusion right internal carotid. SPEC scan normal. CT angiography show stenosis. So, here's the question.
Avatar f tn s and silent stroke. I also have a family history of heart failure and attack. I recently had a bubble echo to check out my TIA's I noticed some changes on my echo that were not there 6 years ago when I last had a echo doe. THe changes are the following: left ventricular hypertrophy,right ventricle dilated, left and right artrium dilated, mitral valve reuritation, triscuspid regurgitation, IVC dilated and central venous pressure is elevated.
Avatar n tn 4, Hemoglobin A1C 6.1, never smoked, mother died of stroke (carotid artery) age 89 and father died of CA age 89 (had small MI at 85); looks like I have cardiovascular disease without any risk factors.
973422 tn?1247938726 It sounds not like a heart attack, but the more like a TIA or a mini stroke, or les likely a panic attack. I would suggest that you seek emergent medical attention as there is a possibility that this can recur or even worsen.
Avatar f tn PARP activation occurs when cells are damaged in instances such as during chemotherapy, radiotherapy radiation therapy, stroke, head trauma and heart ischema. The multiple functions of PARP make it an attractive target for a variety of serious conditions including various types of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. In cancer patients, PARP inhibition may increase the therapeutic benefits of radiation and chemotherapy.
Avatar f tn I am 39 yrs old, 5'2" 200lbs, with a history of heart disease in my family. I had an Echo 2D M-Mode C/Full Doppler in July 0f 2008, because I was experiencing shortness of breath and chest pressure/pain. The conclusions said "normal echocardiogram", but as I was reading the full report under the Left Atrium heading it says, "The left atrium is normal in size. The interatrial septum is aneurysmal." What does that finding mean??
768251 tn?1256734583 It is usually a manifestation of valvular or congenital heart disease. Do you have any mitral stenosis or a PFO or ASD? These are the usual causes of severe LA dilatation. Other causes include coronary artery disease or severe or uncontrolled hypertension.
Avatar f tn I am a firm believer in that lowering the blood pressure decreases your risk for heart disease ( heart attacks, strokes, etc) in a manner linear witht he lowering of the blood pressure. Than is if you lower your blood pressure by 10 mm Hg you may lower your cardiovascular risk by about 20-30%. Most people who are hypertensive are unable to change their lifestyles, and eating habits to address this and generally need blood pressure lowering medications to decrease this risk.
Avatar f tn t have any family history of heart disease that I know of my mom is 56 and had a stroke about a month ago, but she has high blood pressure and diabetes. My father has high cholesterol, but is 61 and has never had any heart problems. The doctors say that it is in my head and is caused by anxiety, but is there some other test that I should be asking for?
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 f tn Hello, My father will be undergoing his thir heart surgery next month. He had surgery for an aortic anuerysm and replace his aortic valve in 1993; this was follwed by another surgery to replace the then leaking aortiv valve in 2002. This valve is leaking again and may be casing his mitral valve to be leaking also. He is currently 80 years old and in (relatively) good health (eats well/exercises).
Avatar n tn I am not sure that PVCs increase the risk for sudden death except if they occur in close succession and in patients with decreased heat function. IF they occur with exercise ethey may be a marker for ischemia, especially if accompanied by chest pain or pressure. In this case I would suggest that you stop exercising and see your cardiologist for a stress test.
10844008 tn?1414461825 Omgggg! Its not even hot and i think i may die of a heat stroke, or drowned in my own sweat. Lol! Geezzz!
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.
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.
577974 tn?1232522774 I had good news today, my CA 125 is now down to 94, thats the lowest it has been since my op, at the start it was 3800, now 33 weeks later, 3 lots of carbo/taxol and my 8th shot of the new one today! So, I'm very happy with that.
1257043 tn?1269457315 I do use a CPAP machine, and have been advised that this (Sleep Apnea) and my diagnosis of Cardiomyopathy and history of severe Right and Left Heart Failure make me a very high risk for stroke (even without the added diagnosis of ASA). I have requested a TEE from my cardiologist at Kaiser (Walnut Creek, CA), but his only response to my request has been that I just need to start on aspirin q.d. to prophalactically avoid a possible CVA (stroke-Cardiovascular Incident).
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.