Should i be worried of the echo-cardiogram result?
Hello, I had an echocardiogram done on the 20th of last month and everything was normal except i show abnormal ventricular septal wall motion. I have dilated cardiomyopathy well controlled by meds. What does this mean and can it be corrected? Is it anything to be concerned about?
Normal Echocardiogram as opposed to Stress Echocardiogram??
How is a stress echo different then a normal echo of the heart. I had some regurgitation on the normal one so now I m doing the stress one. Can a stress one show an infected heart valve (or a small growth in endocardium) better then a normal one?
How long can one expect an (ECG) electrocardiogram, to take ?
The actual test itself. I was told by the doctor it is done as as dopplar, like expectant mothers have, but for the heart. He didn t mention any hookups or leads. I had that for my EKG. I failed to ask him how long the actual test will take. I standed corrected ADR. Thanks for calling that to my...
i have anixety and have chest pains sometimes my days are good months and weeks are great then BAM i think im dying I have had 4 EKG s and a EchoCardiogram (ULTRASOUND OF THE HEART) in the last 3 months .Can Something Change in my heart Since the time I have had these tests when i get really bad...
My Echocardiogram result
Before I left to go on vacation, because of shortness of breath, I went to my PCP, who did an EKG. I am 71. He didn t find anything wrong but said that maybe my heart was enlarged from high blood pressure--it has never gone very high, but I do take Enalapril 5 mg once a day. He wanted me to have...
Echocardiogram shows regurgitation in mitral valve, have chest pain
Hello, I also did the echocardiogram and 2d echo of my heart and the results were normal.. the only abnormalty was a slight regurgitation in my mitral valve which my doc said was normal... but I still get chest pain ... I can confess that sometimes I don t eat on time and eat late at night... but...
I cant breathe properly and i feel exhausted very fast
There are plenty of causes for difficulty in breathing.
some common causes are heart diseases, Anemia, Respiratory disorders.
Please do the following investigations
1. X- Ray chest
4. Complete blood count
Then write back for further queries.
Hope this helps.
Wishing you good health.
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