Can anyone tell me the difference between the two? My Dad has had a few angina attacks really but I dont understand the difference.. is there anything we can do to help him?? Can an agina attack be fatal?
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Im a 31 year old female with variant angina I ve been having pain for the past 4 hours usually it stops after a few minutes now the pain is radiating to my jaw and back my intro is no longer working and I am sweating and am sick to my stomach I am starting to get dizzy and wonder if I should go to the hospital I worry about this because the last time I went in when I was having pain they told me I was to young to have a heart condition and wouldn t run any test I have had ekgs taken by my cardiologist when I lived in another state and they came back with irregular q waves would really appreciate some help thank you
Hi, My father, aged 90, suffers angina. He has been able to control it through taking medications and not walking far, etc. However over the past month he has suffered a couple of attacks during night. I know he is on the maximum medication available. Does this mean his heart is getting worse? He says the pain from last attacked last 2 hours., and then just disappeared. I m worried he may be risking heart attack? Any advice here would be good thanks..
I M PURUSHOTTAM BHADADA OF 67YRS FRM JALGAON, SUFFERING FRM CHEST PAIN N PALPITATIONS FRM FEW DAYS I M ALSO HAVING PAIN IN LEFT SHOULDER RADIOGRAPHICALLY DIAGNOSED AS ARTHRITIS,CAN THIS B RELATED TO ANGINA ECG REPORTS R NORMAL SHULD I UNDERGO ANGIOGRAPY PR STRESS TEST I M ON HYPOGLYCEMICS N I M ASTHEMATIC N USING ASTHALIN ROTOCAP FR LAST 5 YRS SO WAT SHULD I DO NOW
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I will make an appointment with my doctor early next week but am concerned, as I haven't felt well for a long time, I have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and due to personal set up here, sleep during the day and am up all night. I am under a lot of stress both personally and financially and have ocd, I hoard. I cannot get the right help for this but currently having counselling. There is a lot of heart disease in both sides of my family, at least three people on my dad's side have/had pacemakers and my mother died from her third heart attack, and had angina. She became diabetic in her 60s and I am just the same body shape as her, apple shaped. Because of my constant tiredness I can't walk far or exercise but try to eat fairly well with lots of veg and fruit. I do eat the wrong things too but never much salt and I don't smoke or drink. I have been given vit d jabs twice in the last 18 months and have Adcal for the vit d too altho I don't take them every day now as I was concerned about heart problems connected with taking too much calcium.
Should I be worried? Could this be diabetes causing problems?
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