Enlarged heart, what does it mean ?
Doctor did say that I had an enlarged heart. Should I be worried? I went to the hospital last night with shortness of breath , chest pain on my left side, pain that came and went on my lower left part of my stomach. I could not feel my hands or my legs they were so numb. There is still a constant...
Enlarged Heart, how big can it get ?
How big can an enlarged heart get and a person still stay alive? I read where some athletes experience 40% enlargement. Is it possible for a heart to be 3 times larger and a person survive? For how long? Thanks!
How can you tell if you have a enlarged heart ?
how can you tell if you have a enlarged heart 14 year old male? because when i hug people they can feel my heart muscle contracting then they say that s one strong teenage heart you got there beating in your chest and its so embarrassing because when i hug people i get nervous and yea my heart is...
What kind of diet should be taken in case of enlarged heart ?
I just found out that my boyfriend has an enlarged heart and I am trying to find out as much as I can about it. What I would like to know is what kind of foods would be good for him. He has not seen a cardiologist yet but is being recommended by his doctor. We just found out yesterday. I have...
My brother had enlarged heart and he was died
My bro was in the hospital for heart problems, with no cardiologist on staff for 5 days. He died, can we sue? He went to the ER because he had chest pains and difficulty breathing. They gave him morphine and antibiotics , names unknown right now. An EKO showed an enlarged heart and fluid around...
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Enlarged heart usually caused due to-poor peripheral pooling of blood flow which is usually caused due to-hypertension,congestive heart failure,renal dialysis ,congenital,alcohol or cocaine consumption,pregnancy,valvular heart defects.
Echocardiography,monitoring blood pressure levels will help to evaluate the condition.It can be tted vt.diuretics,b-blockers
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