Three days ago, in the morning i had a fever( i didn't have fever before that), since the same evening I am having shortness of breath. Yesterday I went to the doctor, he took some tests. ECG and x ray were normal, but in widal test, it showed that i have typhoid and i got admitted in the hospital, it's been one day and i dont have fever but i feel short of breath every time i do little physical activity. I also read on the net that shortness of breath with typhoid is a serious complication and usually occurs in the third week of illness. Please enlighten me on this
My mother is a heart patient. She had her valve replacement surgery 30 years back. Recently she had minor attacks due to clotting also.
Since last 2-3 days she is having frequent dizziness (chakkar). What can be the possible issue? Is it related to heart disease?
My HS-CRP is 5.03 and Apo B / Apo A1 ratio is 0.9 and triglycerides 220 with tc/ hdl ratio 5
Does this indicate blocked arteries
My name is Bryan Das , Age 23 , four years back i had a problem of heart palpitation and anxiety , My doctor prescribed me CIPLAR LA 40, after doing a series of medical tests and till i am continuing my medication (ciplar LA 40) , i keep checking my blood pressure and it remains around 120/80 or 117/75 mostly , and i dont feel any problem , the only problem i face is when i get acidity problems my head feels little bit heavy and this also does not happen frequently, and recently i have been selected in the INDIAN ARMY as a commisioned officer and as you know there are a series of vigorous training that i will have to undergo during my training , so my question, is millitary training safe for me and before joining i want to exercise a little thats why i am thinking of to start running or jogging for 3-5 km daily during morning , so will it be safe for me to run ? are there any risks ?
my blood sugar and lipid profile tests came with normal reports . waiting for kind advice
I've difficulty in breathing for past few days. May ECG remarks was- poor r wave progression V1 V3, sinus rhythmn. What does that mean?