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Female | 33

Can Cardiac Arrest Happen Despite Normal Heart Reports?

Sir with all normal heart reports DEcho TMT negative can anyone face cardiac arrest as some one told me cardiac can come to any one anywhere is it true sir please help..

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Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

With Normal heart reports on DEcho and TMT, there’s a minimal probability of cardiac arrest. But one should bear in mind that cardiac arrest may happen to anyone, anywhere and even people with no previous history of their heart being affected by any illness. Any signs and symptoms including chest pain, shortness of breath or palpitations should be referred to a cardiologist for an evaluation.

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Female | 47

how to prevent stroke after shingles

How to prevent stroke after shingles?

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Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Get checked for stroke risk factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Be aware of stroke symptoms like trouble speaking, seeing, moving. Call doctor immediately if you have them

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Male | 35

can anemia cause heart palpitations

Can anemia cause heart palpitations?

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

In anaemia, your heart will try pumping more blood to compensate. This causes palpitations and increases the heart rate. 

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Female | 33

can fibromyalgia cause heart problems

Can fibromyalgia cause heart problems?

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Yes it can, if you have high stress, anxiety, insomnia, disturbed sleep patterns

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Male | 21

I have pain in my chest but x-ray and blood test, and mucus test are okay. What can happen to me?

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Experiencing chest pain despite normal X-rays, blood tests, and mucus tests can have several possible explanations. It might be related to musculoskeletal issues, anxiety, acid reflux, or other respiratory conditions not easily detected by these initial tests. If the pain is related to heart issues, a cardiologist may be recommended for a more specialized evaluation.

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Male | 20

Facing high blood pressure

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Hypertension is a serious condition, and regular medical check ups and following your doctor's advice are vital for your health and well being. If your high blood pressure requires specialized care or if your primary care doctor recommends further evaluation, they may refer you to a cardiologist

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Male | 31

Good morning sir...I have very pain in middle of the chest for time of breathing and sleeping time.plz give me some information sir...is any major issue here.

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Chest pain can have various causes, ranging from minor issues like muscle strain to more serious conditions like heart problems. If you experience severe or persistent chest pain, especially with shortness of breath or other concerning symptoms, seek immediate medical attention.

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Male | 14

I had pain under my chest I am not sure if it's chest pain or not I am really scared please help me

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Answered on 23rd May '24

Chest pain can have various causes.. ranging from minor issues to more serious conditions. It could be related to problems with the muscles, bones, or joints in your chest, or it could be a symptom of a heart or lung related issue. Consult a cardiologist for a proper examination and treatment.

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Chest Pain, Shortness of Breath, & Low Heart Rate: Causes and Relief Measures

I have a constant chest pain , sometimes shortness of breath & low heartrate

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Shortness of breath and low heart rate could indicative serious medical condition. It's important to seek immediate medical attention from a cardiologist for a proper evaluation and diagnosis. These symptoms may be associated with heart related issues, such as angina, heart attack, or arrhythmias. However, they can also be caused by other conditions, including respiratory problems or anxiety.

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Female | 57

I'm suffering from heart palpitations

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Answered on 23rd May '24

Heart palpitations can have various causes, and a cardiologist or a primary care doctor can evaluate your symptoms and provide appropriate advice. 

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Female | 32

Felicity I have had tightness on the right side of my chest and it's getting worse by the day and I'm currently on blood pressure medication should I go to the hospital

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Sudden or worsening tightness in the chest should be taken seriously, especially if you are already on blood pressure medication. It can be heart related issues that may require immediate medical attention so see a cardiologist for a thorough evaluation.

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Female | 22

Why i feel my heart beat when i sitting or i set my hand on left side chest.last two day i feel pain in left arm and leg

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Possible reasons for this can be anxiety or stress, heart-related issues, or musculoskeletal problems. A professional can evaluate your symptoms, perform a physical examination, and ask for further tests to determine the cause.

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Male | 46

Hello Dr, Mujhe Chest me pain ho raha hai . E.c.g. report nikala to dr bole normal he kuch tablet di he pain killer jaisi. Par usase thodi Der ke liye ruk jata he pain or fir thoda thoda dard karta Hai Chest me .... Please kuch solution dijiye

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Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

If your ECG is normal then the pain may be due to muscle strain, anxiety or acid reflux. If medicines are not giving permanent relief, then talk to a doctor again, they may suggest few tests to find the exact reason of pain.

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Female | 65

Hello.. Iam 65. It's been a week I had my mitral valve replacement. Doctors replaced my mitral valve with mechanical valve.Is mechanical valve safe for me? As my age is 65..? Please reply me..

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Cardiac Surgeon

Answered on 23rd May '24

Mechanical valves are safe for most patients, even for those who are 65 years old but there are some risks. Patients with mechanical valves need to take blood thinning medication for the rest of their lives to prevent blood clots from forming on the valve, which can be a serious complication.

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