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Oct 20, 2016 · Pacemaker recipients. in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Dont know if my response went through. Congratulations on you and your spouses anniversary. I complain constantly about my medical problems. After reading your post , my heart and nerve damage problems seem so insignificant I hate to mention them. You Sir are an inspiration to me amd should be to others. Im 70 years old and thought I was way over the hill
Thank you!

Oct 20, 2016 · Pacemaker recipients. in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Well congratulations on you and your spouses anniversary ! Im 70 years old and complain a lot about , what if thought were very serious medical problems. You have all my admiration Sir. Even my heart and damaged nerve problems seem insignificant after reading your post. You are my inspiration.

Oct 19, 2016 · Heart disease and nausea in Heart & Blood Health

Thank you so much. I will

Oct 19, 2016 · Heart disease and nausea in Heart & Blood Health

Youre very welcome. I’m pretty sure I’ll be back once I get the results. I’m just excited that one of my doctors is showing concern about the neausea.

Oct 19, 2016 · Heart disease and nausea in Heart & Blood Health

Just got back from cardiologist appointment. Have some test over the next couple of days. Already had liver , gallbladder and pancreas test. But , to me , it seems like a blood supply problem. Thats whats had me so anxious , which I know doesnt help. Kinda wish I could blame it on meds BUT!

Oct 19, 2016 · Heart disease and nausea in Heart & Blood Health

I’m not on heart meds of any kind except asprin. I do have a lot of nerve damage from the first bypass though. Causes a lot of rib and side pain. Maybe those nerves reach into my stomach. Dont know. Neausea started in oct 2015 a few times a week. For the past 6 months though its 24/7.

Oct 19, 2016 · Heart disease and nausea in Heart & Blood Health

I’ m not on any heart meds. Only asprin since the bypass surgery in 2010. Ive walked 3 miles every morning since my first bypasse surgery in 2004. I stopped all fried foods and increased eating cold water fish . Ive eaten healthier and exercised more than anybody I know. So even with very clean living , I still ended up needing bypass surgery in 2010. Now this ! Dont know of anything else I can do. Have an EKG in the morning and a stress test Friday. My cardiologist showed me the arteries that could possibly cause the neausea. But , according to him he doesnt feel , with my lifestyle ive adopted , he just doesnt think this is heart related. But we,ll see. Not sure what to do if he doesnt find anything.