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I have had a heart event 10 moneys ago and

I have had a heart event 10 moneys ago and am on Eliquis, Amiodarone, Losartan, Metropolol, Doxycycline and Hydrochloriziade. My thyroid stimulation hormone, serum level has gone from 2.90 to 5.90 during this time. I have a moderately leaking mitral valve and was initially in A-Fib. I am feeling very tired, loss of balance, constant allergies, etc.
What should I expect my Cardiologist to do. See him Wednesday.
Thu, 11 Oct 2018
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