an enlarged heart. it is a very serious condition that could lead to heart failure. didn't your doctor go over this with you? here's a link to find out more.
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I have just had a chest x-ray because I had wheezing in the lung. The concluding result was mild cardiomegaly. The wheezing is due to my asthma. What exactly is cardiomelagy and what is the treatment? I am 76 years old. Height 5ft.4ins and weight 64kilos. Had dyphteria as a girl. Had cyst benignremoved from breast 44 years ago. Blood pressure normal, cholesterol normal
hello doctor my son is 10 yr old and as he has cough regularly and end up vomitting we took a chest xray where the impression was MILD CARDIOMEGALY .....I am very much worried as i got i appointment to a cardiologist too......an u pls suggest whta it is and is it a major problem...my son 10 yrs and weighs 44kg......yhank you
My mother age is 56 years. Today we get her chest x-ray report which is as follows 1. Lung parenchyma shows INCREASED Bronchovascular marking on lung fields on both Hemitoraces along both parahilar area. 2. Mediastinal structure appear and show normal hilar shadows on LT and RT 3. Both pleural angle appears normal. 4. Heart shadow appears Grossly Enlarged in size 5. Bony thorax shows normal physical features 6. Diaphragm appears at normal levels on both sides. Impression - Cardiomegaly + Question : What name is this disease called? What is diet for that? Any treatment available?
conclusion of a regular medical check is that I need an echocardigraphic evaluation. examining physician says chest X-ray indicated moderate cardiomegaly. electrocardiogram indicated inferior wall ischemia. my blood pressure was 120/80. he thought this may be accounting for the moderate cardiomegaly and the inferior wall ischemia. i exercise regularly (walk 3 to 6 km three times a week; 1 hour gym 2 times a week). enjoy 3 glasses of beer after walking exercise; or red wine with food after gym. do not smoke. weighing 85 kg (recently reduced from 87kg; usually keep weight 82-85kg). 174 cm tall.
I was severely constipated 2 days ago and i was pushing for hours trying to get it out cause the pain was so bad. I did finally poop but now my whole body hurts kind of where both kidneys are and my stomach. i cant even speak loudly or it hurts. could it be muscles cause i was straining for so long? i am female 32 years old and weigh 245 lbs. and have left ventricular hypertrophy.
I have two leaky heart valves and mild cardiomegaly, along with Fibromyalgia and Chronic fatigue. I did have Sleep Apenia, but I lost some weight. So I am told I no longer have the sleep problem. My cardiologist tells me my heart issues are not that serious and I should not worry and to just lose a little more weight and keep my BP under control ( I am on med for that). My question is the fact that I remain constantly tired and sleepy, so much to the point I can barely work my full time job. I can t even bathe myself at times. I have no energy to do basic stuff like my house work and I am afraid to drive for falling asleep. I have Asthma as well, but none of the treatments for the Asthma is working or has ever worked for me. To make matters worse I have problems breathing all the time, and constant pain in my chest on the left side, fluttering from time to time, stomach bloated. My cardiologist insist that it is not my heart that is causing these problems. When I go to places like Walmart I can no longer walk around the store I must ride one of the scooters. He insist it is the Fibromyalgia causing these problems or the Asthma. Yet the ashtma medication does not healp. He also think it maybe the Acid reflex, so I see a Castro fir that. I don t want to wait until things get worse and then I find out later that maybe my heart problems were more serious than he or I thought and not treated earlier on. I had a aunt that had heart problems and it was not treated in a timely manner and she passed away. Also have a good friend that has the same problems and her first doctor failed to treat her problems and her second doctor jumped right on it, right away and was so upset that her problem was not addressed earlier. She has since had surgery and many complications as a result of not having her problem treated early on. Although she is 10 years older than I. I will turn 58 this Saturday. I just want to feel better, I have no life outside of work. I go to work and barley make it through the day and come home and try to sleep or just sit and read and write and watch TV. I have attempted to excercise, but my energy level will not allow it. I am now weighing 171, I have lost 10 lbs. I even had my tonsils and uvala removed to health with the breathing. It did not help much. I do not go anywhere, because I am just to tired and not feeling well. I attempt to rest to get my strenght back to return to work on Monday. Today is Monday and I am still not feeling well enough to go to work. I am giving a lot of thought to changing my cardiologist. First he told me my heart was not enlarged and then he told me it was. Then he told me I didn t have any blockage and when I continued to complain about the chest discomfort , he admitted I did have a slight blockage (20%) and it was not that bad.Thanks for your time.
I was told several years ago (three or so) that I had a very small hemangioma on my T5 vertebrae. It was an incidental finding and I was told it would probably never grow or do anything. I am just curious if it's visible in any of these xrays. I...
Hi Doctor my mother 56 years of age is suffering from congestion in chest and short of breath ... today doctor has advised following medicine and blood test . attaching report and medicine he has suggested. is treatment ok. please advise.