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Hi No he should be OK its just a very simple thing to have done and just with a local anaesthetic. OKGood Luck
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People with modern pacemakers seem pretty active and independent.  A blood pressure cuff that runs on batteries wouldn't be an issue and...
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Hi It should not your pacemaker just keeps you heart beating to a good rhythm, but you will know if it stops working.Good Luck
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Hi For one you should never need to strain, are you just going because you think you need to, then stop, go when you body wants to go.Start eating...
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My mother inlaw used warfarin also called (Coumadin) while using had to go have blood checked a lot. They would lower dose one time. Then maybe next...
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Hi With a heart rate that's nearly double, yes please go seek help, ER would be best ASAPGood Luck
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it is almost five months now since i order a pregnancy spell cast on me on Facebook (Oduduwa Ajakaye) i saw in a website on how he help a couple to...
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Unfortunately, it can cause heart failure and does increase your chance of stroke. However, there are many people who live with a fib and for a long...
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does operating a chainsaw have any effect on a pacemaker
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I have a fused spine so I can't have MRIs.  What the doctors use is a mylagram.
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Generally speaking, having an implanted pacemaker does not absolutely rule you out as a candidate for MRI. That said, there are many variables to be...
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Generally, pacemakers are covered by Medicare but you must meet medical criteria in order for your care to be paid for. I suggest you work with your...
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I suggest you contact your local State Health Insurance Assistance Program to gain a better understanding of the Medicare "red...
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? Did you have the same cardiologist surgeon put it in.  If it is implanted under some muscle tissue.  You don't see it as much. ...
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