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Left arm tingling pulmonary hypertension

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Hi I have pulmonary Hypertension with CHF enlarged spleen and problems with elevated liver enzymes ... ride) and developled pain in my left shoulder that goes down my arm. I am extremely tired only able ...

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Hello.... My Mother and I are having similar issues.... Her Right Arm ... will take off ... hold it down... her upper torso shakes... and will head toward her other arm............ If I get up ...

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Hi I am almost a 35 yr old female. That has been Recently diagnosed with a mild case of Pulmonary Hypertension . My Cardiologist said she said there is A chance of reversing it. I ve read ...

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Spirometry and clinical examination by pulmonologist is needed in follow up. 2D Echo is also needed to know the exact pressure. Please hit thanks if you like my answer.

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Any disease involving lung parenchyma and airways lead to pulmonary hypertension and the answer of why js beyond the scope of this forum.

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Yes it is more favourable towards risk. Consult ur cardiologist do a periodic cardiac assessment