Hello, my father is 50 years old. He is healthy (no diabetes or sugar) but one of the routune checkup, stress test came out to be positive. Recently, it was found that he was suffering from deficiency of Vitamin D (9.8). He is not suffering from any other ailments. Does the Vitamin D result affects the stress checkup test?
My husband is a 25year old overall healthy male. He has been on methadone for 10 months now. His Went up to 130mgs but tapered down to 107mgs. He has had some withdrawal symptoms but nothing too unbearable. He has been expericing some heart disturbances only recently though. Sometimes he gets heart palpitations when excited, exerting himself or even laying down. Today everything was fine until he suddenly became clammy, jittery and felt a warmth going through the back of his neck, along with a funny feeling on the left side of his chest. He had a hard time describing it but said it sorta felt tingly/ticklish but not exactly either. Just a weird sort of feeling and he became pretty concerned. It lasted about 30mins. No irregular heartbeat or chest pain. Does it have anything to do with his heart caused by methadone? By something else? Was it anxiety/panic attack? Something completely different? Any clues or suggestions? It really freaked him out and I'm also worried about him!
Aft long time I took alcohol 90 ml it's feeling un easy.
I can't able to belch .I passed urine more than 7 times. Still my stomach is uncomfortable and I afraid of it.
Basically I'm having ulcer also.
Post MVR, serveMR S/P MVR 3MSE ,AF/CHB S/P PPI-SSIR ,upgrade/PG change to CRT/D in 2009, S/P PG change+LV lead replacement in 2013 this is my care history. As my INR should not be more but it is more that 7 now what should I do I hope u will reply me soon... Thank you
My mother most of time has high BP high ldl with diabetes .any how she is under control recently visited her specialist ...he has reviewed medicines nd now under control ...but I want to give her good food diet so that she naturally maintains low cholesterol nd sugar levels.