M husand had tripple bypass surgery 2 weeks ago today and is having swelling in his left foot ... and was told to stop after the third day. Please let me know if this is normal. thanks karen mccormick ...
Hi Dr, my father had a triplebypass surgery on feb, 6th.. For the first few days his hands and feet were very swollen which we were told is very common, then the swelling went away completely until ...
I am 64, I had a triplebypass last year, unfortunately I recently found that I am unable to have an erection. I have previously had a very active sex life.Could ubiquinol help or can you suggest something ...
I have advised EZIDAY 25 mg and Concor 2.5 mg for BP following CABG (triplebypass), in place of Norvasc 10 Mg (which was causing massive swelling of ankles). Norvasc has been tapered off when I started ...
a heart attack a few years back, also triplebypass surgery. Today he had breakfast then a few hours later ... felt he was dehydrated and got him to drink some liquids( all he will drink is coffee) so he ...
My brother-in-law had a tripleby-pass operation last Monday, April 23, 2012. He seemed to do well ... is very difficult to understand. It never sounded that way before. Is this normal after surgery? ...
Why docs tell post-op heart bypass patients to drink tea straight after surgery?
Tea contains theophylline which is a broncho and vasodilator. it helps the coronary arteries to dilate and take more oxygen.
This helps to reduces the workload of the heart and helps in fast healing after surgery.
I had gastric bypass 5 yrs ago, had lower intestine repair and part of colon removed 2 yrs later. diarrhrea afterbypass is normal but 5yrs out?
Most probably it could be due to infection.
Please do stool examination for cysts and ova.
If possible take antibiotics like ofloxacin and ornidazole.
Keep drinking plenty of water.
Drink ORS solution enough to compensate your fluid loss.
If the problem continues, consult a physician or an gastroenterologist.
Hope this helps. Take care
Is it vital for a triplebypass patient with severe coronary heart disease to be on meds for life and why
It is necessary to reduce the risks of future blocks. Bypass surgery corrects the current blocks; but doesn't prevent future ones from developing. Medicines prescribed to you are those that prevent new blocks. Besides medications life style changes as instructed by your doctor are must.