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Apr 25, 2018 · LVEF in Heart & Blood Health

Hi, Teresa,
Currently I am taking,
1. RANEXA ER
2. FENOFIBRATE
3. ENTRESTO
4. WARFARIN SODIUM
5. ATORVASTATIN
6. BYSTOLIC
7. HYDRALAZINE
8. ISOSORBIDEMN ER
9. EZETIMIBE

I do not know if there are other drugs to help improving LVEF.
thanks,
Shousan

Apr 25, 2018 · LVEF in Heart & Blood Health

Thanks both of you to share your experience and knowledge. the three tests were done through two month period. I do have similar situation like Teresa has. But they are also a little different. I had a heart attack twenty three years ago. I had a thrombus in my LV since then. I had done tons echo and other tests, non of the findings were lower than 30%. Actually I have charted them, the trend is getting better. I do not know why the last three tests had so much different findings. Meanwhile I have a few typical symptoms like most patient have. such as short breathe( very miner), fatigue( Yes I do have it, but considering my age, it can be expected), no swell on my ankles, I do not need high pillows.. I swim three times each week, every time I swim 60 min. about 1500m cumulatively. I do not know what I should do about it.
By the way I just got a call from my cardiologist who suggested me to do MUCA test. He does not believe the reading doctor's findings from MRI. He said that there are lots human being factors involved.
I wonder which class medications are better drugs to improve LVEF.

Shousan Wang

Apr 25, 2018 · LVEF in Heart & Blood Health

That is my plan.

Apr 24, 2018 · LVEF in Heart & Blood Health

Or is there other way to verify them?

Apr 24, 2018 · LVEF in Heart & Blood Health

I recently did three test to check my LVEF, they were respectively 50%,43% (Echo) and 25% (cardiac MRI). I do not know which one I should believe.