What happens if the doctor says your heart is only pumping 10 and you have fluid around your heart What are the treatment options and can you still live a normal life if your heart is only pumping 10 I am asking for a friend who is a 36 year old African American male.
dear please consult a cardiologist and get treated for this.It indicates that you have a heart problem and fluid around heart known as peri cardial effusion.there could be various reasons for this.Untreated can be fatal.bye and take care.
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my son is 31 yrs. old, and has a deterating heart , enlarged, main muscle is messed up, and pumping only 10 %, he just found this out 1 month ago , he has gotten rid of a lot of fluid with meds, the dr.put him on digoxin to maintain it.dr. said would talkabout heart transplant way way down the road. what is usually the chances on the meds, only pumping 10%,and ,does this sound like the right tratment for now ?
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