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Heart Attack

Also called: Myocardial Infarction, MI

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I suffered from extreme anemia as well. You may want to talk to her doctor about the iron infusions. Those really are of more help than the actual...
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I wish I could explain this, but it's impossible to know what happened without knowing the specifics involved. Percocet (generic name: oxycodone...
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See a specialist, specifically a gastroenterologist.  Its important not to let it wait too long.  
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It is a problem if you do not know the CAUSE of your symptoms. Rather than try and figure out what you have or worry about having a heart attack, it...
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Hi, Blood in urine or stools go see your doctor ASAP, its a golden rule.Good Luck
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You will lower the salt a little bit, but food cooked and canned with salt will likely have salt still in the food. You are better off with...
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Hi Well your on here asking questions, so if it had been a heart attack? who knows.But I do think like you it wind/gas, it gets trapped and...
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Hi Are you good at tossing a coin, which would you have sooner had the heart attack with perhaps no survival or the operation you had.Just think you...
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With a stroke, we usually look for slurred/"garbled" speech, one-sided weakness (or weakness in general, but especially one-sided)...
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It sounds like you are having symptoms of GERD (or acid reflux disease) With your age and history and the length of your symptoms it is HIGHLY...
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Hi, I would have thought gentle would be the way to go at first, then over time start to slowly build up, but I would think 8 to 10 weeks would be a...
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Not really. A stint is "improved vascularization", but revasculariazation requires your coronary blood vessels to step up to the plate, get...
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Yes, if your doctor is willing to say that you cannot work because of it. 
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I am not a cocaine user even once ,so I do not concern about its effect.
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