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Magnetic resonance imaging - cardiac (latest reports from 346 Magnetic resonance imaging - cardiac patients).
On Jul, 29, 2016
No report is found.
Hi, I have had numerous health complaints since I was a child. I broke my lower spine at a young age and so spent a lot of time in hospital. While taking a drug called co-proxymol (codein & paracetamol) (which has now been removed from the market) I suffered chest pains and blackouts so was referred for an ECG. I was later diagnosed as having a bi bicuspid aortic valve. Because of my spinal condition I regularly use NSAIDs like diclofenac but didn't ever question the risks until recently. (now in my 30s) my heart condition is unlikely to be as a result of these drugs but is likely congenital. I always had a heart murder as a baby but this was never investigated until later in life.
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