Coronary heart disease (Cad): Narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries
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i am suffered by bloating and flatulence for long years and recently diagnosed 50% plaque stenosis in the LCX coronary artery by CT coronary angiogram.i am prescribed by physician to take cholestrol lowering drugs for three months. please advise me in this regard
I have been smoking marijuana for over 40 years. In the last 10 years I would consider myself a heavy user. Currently I am having issues with my heart and a low heart rate.My pulse is in the 40 plus range. My cardiologist tells me that I have a heart block.The electrical signal to my heart is not working correctly. Only 1 of the 3 signals that operate my heart is working. My heart rate is too low and has stopped for 1 minute and 4 seconds while asleep.My doctor wants me to get a pace maker. Does anyone else have this issue?
Hi, I had a heart attack about 4 months ago, they could not put a stent in so they are treating me with drugs, for the last three months now my voice is hoarse and I have dry mouth at night.. Does anyone have the same systems?
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