I live in a high rise block of flats on the 9th floor and soon they will be taking the only working lift out and placing a new one in. This we believe will take around 4 months. My question is I have high blood pressure and have been and will be in the next coming year tested for a hereditary heart problem. So currently unaware if I have this. Will walking these 9 flights several times a day be ok or should I asked to be temporarily moved till the work is carried out?
If left ventricle failure means what will be done.
Were should i register for heart transplant
Pls help me
My Husband went through a lipid profile checkup in month of March 2018, in which triglycerides level was 350 mg/dl and other components also high. Again we test it in June last week, the triglycerides level increased from 350 to 386mg/dl . I have attached the both the reports. Please recommend us what we need to follow to decrease the level of triglycerides and ldl level. Do he need any medication for decrease the cholesterol level. Please do suggest us.
I've just undergone a full medical checkup. My health conditions are all normal and I am generally fit. However, I feel a few causes of concern:
Globulin 1.6 mg/dL (range is 2-3.5?), SGOT 169 U/L (limit is 40?), SGPT 65 U/L (limit is 40?), and a normal GGT. My ECG has a comment that says sinus bradycardia.
Please help me out regarding the abnormal levels and ECG output. Should I be worried or could this just be a result of physical strain or exercising? Looking for a practical answer - Thanks!
Today while I was jogging, I had a sudden feeling like something dropped in my chest. Or it could be my heart skipped a beat.
It was just for a quarter of a second. Before I thought of stop jogging everything was normal. I continued my jogging.
But I was unable to do my routine exercises thinking about the feeling I had.
Is this something serious warning, if it is whom should I consult ?
Thanks in advance.