Your heart attack
might have led to heart failure
I am Dr Achuo
I have read your query with a lot of interest.
You have a relevant history should really be considered look upon. The relevant history is that of a heart attack. Heart attack results from myocardial ischemia
which can leave a good portion of the heart wall death and no more functional.
When the portion of the heart wall affected is much, the heart develops an inability to supply a cardiac output that satisfies the whole body. This is termed heart failure. Signs and symptoms include: fatigue
( breathlessness on effort), orthopnea(breathlessness while lying down) etc.
On the other hand, fatigue and sweating could be as a result of the drugs. Liptor
belong to the same family of drugs known as statins which are used to reduce cholesterol
in the body. However, side effects are usually rare but possible and usually dose dependent.
What i would recommend you to do is to meet a cardiologist, who will examined you in detail and rule out the possibility of a failing heart or other possibilities before relying on the possibility of side effect of the drugs.
Hope this helps you. If you have further query, i will be glad to respond