My grandmother has congestheartfailure and she is so swelled up she has fluid seeping out around her ankles. She refuses to go to the dr or hospital and I dont know what to do. Is this serious ? she ...
My brother-in-law diagnosed with conjestive heartfailure on 6-29- at ER, they gave him? some kind of shot because of the extreme edema in his legs and feet and wanted him to stay in hospital, he refused ...
does anybody know of people who have suffered congestiveheartfailure for many years? medications are becoming much better and I know of 2 people who were given 6 months to live over 30 years ago and still ...
About a few weeks ago my Grandma found out that she has CongestiveHeartfailure. The doctor gave ... will be alright? This all started when my mom s sister told her that someone she knew had congestiveheartfailure ...
What are some of the symptoms? I have breathing problems sometimes my feet swell big. I work nights at a sit down job and I think that may be why my feet swell because when I get sleep and am moving around they dont do it.
Hi, I'm wondering what the prognosis is for congestiveheartfailure, hospitalized twice in the last month for fluid retention and not responding well to meds.
It all depends upon the hearts pumping ability. An Echo and a Cardiologist opinion with help you withthe change of prognosis.
i have congestiveheartfailure i am pregnant everything i eat comes up and my chest is hurting really bad
You must be under the strict care of physician, cardiologist, and obstetricians' care.
i was at the hospital being treated for congestiveheartfailure n it happened around that.time they also tried to treat it there but no luck
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Congestive heart disease has to be managed by a number of drugs.
These drugs check the pressure and volume overload on the cardiac muscles.
Congestive heart disease requires a holistic approach and requires time for complete response.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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