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Family history of cardiac deaths and cerebral damage. Have high blood sugar, fatigue, heart racing. Help?

my mom 50yrs 156cm ht, 89kg with family history of cardiac deaths. parents and brother died of cerebral hemorrhage . doesnt take regular medicine. hypertensive sinnce 20yrs . recent ecg lbbb and 2d echo cad hypokinetic lv. ejectn fract 45. recently high fasting bld sugar. sob on walking for extra long distance. profuse sweating in this winter.. she says she felt one day not pain but unusual heart pumping sensation with sweating for 2hrs later she slept. avg bp 156/95
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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from background problem and history and LBBB on ecg and lv ejection fraction of 45 % , i feel she is having progressive heart failure problem
please be in consultation with cardiologist make sure that she will take her medicine regularly
restrict her physical activity
Her Blood pressure should be control in target range
life style modification like diet and physical activity as advice by cardiologist
consult your cardiologist without delay
take care
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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