In this Medical Monday video, which is presented by the American College of Cardiology, Benjamin Scirica delves into this topic. This is a bit technical but I think it answers the question of why it's hard to recognize. As always, if you have questions or want to learn more about a topic. Just let me know below or post to me @A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member and I will try and find something to help.
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After finding out about calcifications in my heart my GP Increased my Cresstor .
I was in range already.
3 mo later my TTL cholesterol is 107
Saw my cardiologist today
Says my numbers are great- his opinion is LDL can never be too low ( his is 22)
Thanks for the feedback 😊
DOES anyone know or had this done.
devices biventricular pacemaker
biventriculor icd implantable cardioverter defibrillator
would like infor from someone who has had this done
thanks robert in the hills of vermont
This Fishy Friday you are watching the Ocean Voyager Cam from the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. The largest Aquarium in the US and the 5th largest Aquarium in the world! It is the only Aquarium that houses a Whale Shark. Sorry, no music, just fish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zY9HXWeGc0&...
Thanks everyone for your comments. Next Friday I will choose one with music. 😉
Reading the "symptoms regarding A-Fib & the side affects [symptoms] of the medications to address A-Fib. They are practically identical? I was diagnosed with A-Fib by a cardiology practice years after first PCP and Medicare home visit nurse noticed indications. I felt fine, no fatigue, light headedness, nausea or the other warning signs until 3 different professionals in the practice each wrote a prescription to treat my condition. After taking the medications ordered I experienced all the side… read more
You will find a gastroenterologist I have faith in you!
And that it is my heart that is the problem, not the device. I didn't even know that was a thing! Has anyone else been hit with this?