I have left side heart failure grade 2. Recent echocardiogram shows high pressure in pulmonary artery. Has that happened to anyone? What was treatment? My doctor added a second blood pressure medication.
i have copd with all my other problems lol. it was under control with trelegy for 2 years . now trelegy isn't covered by my insurance . is there other inhaler i can try have tried a lot but most are for asthma , and don't work . thank you
will try Donna thank you . hugs to you
This is the first in a series of videos I will be posting each Monday regarding specific types of heart disease you wanted to know more about. This one is general info but we will be getting more specific as time goes on including discussing if it can be reversed and what type of diets are recommended... Let me know what else you want to learn more about below and if I am on the right track. Thanks, everyone and rest assured if you already posted a topic you wanted more info on, I am working on… read more
Great Video on CAD. Thanks for sharing. Will look forward to each week on new videos.
If it’s been a year, I’d advise you to go.
I have no idea
I drink a glass or 2 of wine and maybe a beer or cocktail every blue mood.
Good to know. Thank you. I have a prescription for them but need to be fitted. I'll do that soon. Thanks for the help!
I'm having 2 valves replaced by interventionalists are these the same as a cardiac surgeon replacing a valve?
Thank you. Very helpful.
My bedroom is upstairs and I can barely climb the stairs. I had a new clear stress test and it did show some stuff going on in possible underlying coronary artery disease. I'm getting worse symptomatic and worse off. Considering my bedroom is upstairs I'm not really sure what to do it's been suggested I go to a assisted living home but I'm only 39 years old... Any suggestions?
I do hang onto the railing and as long as I'm only carrying my purse I'm okay. The more I use the stairs the better I am. I'm still winded but at 85 I'm lucky to have wind. I've had this nutty idea… read more
I have Medicare Part D and with Eliquis, I have reached the donut hole. Cost is now $ 394 for 90 days. Thus, my interest in the Watchman. I am sure you have wisdom to add. Thank you
My cardiologist strongly resisted my going off Eliquis but I ended up in the hospital bleeding and then no problem with the PA. I'm still angry about it.