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Shortness of breath, pain and pressure in the chest. Have conjestive heart failure. Stent and pacemaker placed. Need help

MY NAME IS WANDA I M 61 YEARS OLD. MY QUESTION I WAS RECENTLY HOSIPTALIZED FOR CONJECTIVE HEART FAILURE . I WAS SHORT OF BREATH PAIN OR PESSURE IN MY CHEST . I HAVE PACEMAKER AND1 IN STENT . DOCTOR TOLD ME NOTHING WAS WRONG WITH HEART . BUT I DID HAVE CONJECTIVE HEART FAILURE. I WAS MORE CONCERN WITH MY HEART THAN THEY WERE.WAS I WRONG?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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No, you are correct-- you wrote that you have congestive heart failure, and had a stent, and pacemaker, there is no way you were told "nothing" is wrong with your heart-- obviously there is something wrong. You need a cardiologist to work with you closely as it is obviously your case is complex. I work in NYC and if you wish I can evaluate you in my office. Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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