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Avatar m tn 1 month ago wife got a offer for new job. she took it but it was 2 states away. So had to sell house and move. Got this home on the market 3 weeks ago. sold it last friday. drove to Iowa over the weekend and bought a new house. got back monday night and had home inspection tuesday am . Still need to get financing in place head is spinning. At the hieght of all this I thought about how nice a pill would be to smooth this all out.
356054 tn?1218552475 Hey gizz or should I say brother lol. I'm doing ok man,staying busy that's for sure. Penelope I am sorry but my doc was hydrocodone and I quit c/t. Had a relapse but now i'm a few weeks clean. Stay with your taper,it can be done and it will be so rewarding when you complete it.
1990785 tn?1327039619 Ok so I have barely any headachs and when I do they are very slight but anyway I went to my gp doc.
Avatar m tn What Liz told you. It's the biproduct of anxiety. Anxiety causes chemical imbalance in the brain and the imbalance results in to the mentioned superficial symptoms. Human body is the most complex computer. I am a computer engineer by qualification, I have always told people around me that computers are nothing but a substandard replica of the human body. When there are malware in the CPU, the optimum performance of your computer is hampered.
Avatar m tn So I went to my new cardiologist today and he was pretty upset that my old one didn't order any tests for my pvc's other then a holter. So he is giving me a echo and a stress test next week, well i'm pretty scared to do the stress test I havn't ran since my pvcs because i'm so scared i'm just gonna fall over. How long do they make you run for? and how fast do they make you run? And is there going to be a dr/nurse there to do CPR if anything bad happens?
212161 tn?1599427282 If so, they can give you something for your anxiety. I had the treadmill stress test and I was able to take a xanax. If it's the other one that's a medicine induced stress test where you lay on a table, then I'm not sure. Is your Dr. wanting you to get this test done? Has the chest pain went away since you started using your inhaler? You know anxiety can give alot of us shortness of breath and chest pains.
Avatar m tn It can really impact you. I do think that stress and grief can impact you very much. (sorry it has been hard and for your losses). I commend you for taking the job on of getting healthy. That's great. A general physical with blood work been done lately? And if anxiety does start to be indicated as playing a role (you can have physical symptoms from anxiety), is there help in your country for that?
1822306 tn?1330522629 I have had all bloodwork, sonogram, and biopsy. The nurse forgot to make an apt last month for a stress test the Hepa ordered so now it will be another month before the Cardiologist can see me. My question is: Does everyone have a stress test before starting treatment? I am 56 and in good health, weight, and somewhat athletic. Is a stress test necessary? I am Genotype 2b; I only have to do six months SOC and was hoping to finish treatment before summer.
5143317 tn?1383747820 No meds. I've recently started taking B-12 and Vit D both of which were low with the latest tests that I had. My thyroid tests all seem to be normal except for this ratio thing....
Avatar f tn I am new here. I am 44 and overweight, never smoked. Have had a lot of brain surgeries for Chiari Malformation/Hydrochepalus. Recently I have had shortness of breath...and so test showed low oxygen saturation upon exherstion. Test of lung were unremarkable...except for a "floppy" trachea that collapse by 50% on exhaling. Just has a chemical stress test done and am waiting to see a cardiologist on Friday.
Avatar f tn test with myocardial perfusion imaging revealed mild to moderate ischemia involving the basal anterior septum and mid anterior septal walls. He is status post recent (4/7/08) four-vessel bypass graft with a LIMA to the LAD. My husband has been labeled a walking piece of plaque by his cardiologist. With his open-heart surgery being so recent, with him being diabetic, and he has never had any symptoms of his illness - should this recent test be looked into further by your opinion?
Avatar f tn I wonder why you had a stress test, some symptom trigger it? In my case I asked for a stress test to get a better number on what my maximum exercise HR should be. This lead to lots of additional nuclear and other tests because I couldn't pass the stress test when I in fact didn't have the main problem it checks for. Sorry if I wander... bottom line, see a cardiologist but if you don't have any serious symptoms I think you should think positive, nothing is wrong.
Avatar m tn the dubotomine stress test prior to the stenting said it showed positive for ischemia affecting heart wall in three places. EF was 70.19%. What was notable about this test was that I am perfectly normal at low and medium dose of the dubotamine. Maybe I should lust live like that - low and medium pulse? All the grim looking stats came at high dose with pulse at 120. That's high for an 81-year-old? It would take me a fair sprint along the road to get it up to that level.
Avatar n tn Negative for chest pain, mildly positive for ischemic ECG changes, and negative for significant arrhythmia. LV and RV uptake and size is normal. No evidence for transient ischemic dilation. Measured ejection fraction is 72%. In summary: imaging shows a small area of possible myocardial ischemia versus shifting breast tissue attenuation artifact. These abnormalities are in the distribution of the left descending artery.
Avatar m tn I had a stress test last week and today they told me these are the results: EF 69%, Test was abnormal - moderate sized, moderate intensity, reversible perfusion defect involving inferolateral wall. Moderate sized, moderate intensity fixed perfusion defect involving inferoseptal wall. They plan to do a cath, but there is a two week waiting list. How dangerous is this and should I wait the two weeks or go elsewhere?
Avatar n tn I have had no pain, or shortness of breath. The stress test was ordered, because I was on medication for Afib. That was what had put me in the hospital. Even then I had no chest pain, only a feeling of flutter. I don't know what to think. The local hospital, is a for profit hospital.( HCA ) as are hospitals in this area. They had said that further admittance was dependent upon my ability to pay, or medical insurance. I had been dropped, for a pre-existing condition.
Avatar f tn My husband just received his results from recent stress test. (He is 36 y/o. Father had first double bypass at 37 and died at 56, so there is a family history of heart issues.) Stress spect cardiolite images decreased cardiolite uptake in anterior and inferior walls. Spect cardiolite scan was positive for moderate amount of ischemia of anterior and inferior walls. Comments: 1. Anterior defect/possible soft tissue/breast attenuation artifact, 2.
10996785 tn?1432812977 So sorry to hear about your stroke. I am praying for you.
Avatar m tn OK, checked my sources and the NIH shows a specificity of 94% for stress test using thallium imaging to find coronary artery disease, I was off by 3 points. I had some old data.
Avatar n tn You do need to get back with the cardio and get an explanation of a one minute stress test terminated at heart rate of 144. You do not state how you felt at the time of the test termination.You are still not out very far from your heart attack; I'd go back and get some guidance.Let us know. Joan.