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Your father's left ventricular(LV) dysfunction could stem from a variety of causes, the most common ones of which include hypertension
and coronary artery
disease. The symptoms of this LV dysfunction can be managed to an extent by taking care of these causes, although, it may not be entirely possible to reverse the enlargement.
His complex medical problems predispose him to stress
, which would be a natural consequence under the given circumstances. He should try meditation
and breathing exercises to relieve stress. However, certain breathing exercises are inadvisable in these medical conditions. It would be wise to consult an expert before starting with any of them. Pyridoxine( a part of Vitamin B complex) has been found by some researchers to be useful as an anti-stress strategy but its effectiveness in the clinical scenario remains to be proven.
To be able to better answer your query about the vomiting
, I'd like to know a little more about the associated symptoms. Is the vomiting only after intake of solid food or on intake of liquids as well. Has he ever reported any blood in the vomitus and has he been losing weight. An answer to these questions will help me assist you in a better way.
Thanks in advance.