A very good friend of mine has had three heartattacks. One was from the widow maker, which was 96% blocked. He had 3 stents placed and was put on multiple meds. He failed his stress test shortly after he ...
MY husband suffered a heartattack last August. He had three stents put in. Other issues he has is hyperlipidemia and diabetes. He is on medication for all of this and things are under control. He is 57 years old ...
65 yo female, 170 lbs, heartattack February 1st 2013 - LAD 100% blocked, other 95% blocked but excellent urgent care with 2 Endeavour stents - excellent recovery, cardiologist cites pure luck (smile) I m ...
My husband had a massive heartattack and we were told that he has 29% heart function, he had ... and is on a lot of medication for his heart. He cannot exercise because of shortness of breath, is there anything ...
heartattack thursday, friday 3 stents put in. discharged sunday. Monday after eating experienced nasea. Had discomfort on collar bone, woke up pinky numb
The symptoms he had could be sideeffects of the medications he would be on. They will disappear over time.
what are the symptoms of a heartattack?
These are the symptoms of heartattack: chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting and palpitations. If you have any of this symptoms you should immediately go to Emergency room and contact your cardiologist. Wish you good health. Dr. Behar.
Does the risk of having a heartattack increase with a histerectomy or menopause?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The risk of heartattack is not related to hystrectomy.
Menopause is associated with fall in levels of estrogens and progesterone.
Estrogens have a protective effect on the cardiovascular health.
After menopause this protective effect is lost and the female is at similar risk for cardiovascular diseases as their male counterparts.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal