Consumption Of Mangoes In Patients With Heart Disease?
Night Doctor r nMy friend has suffered from heart disease CHF CHD r nAnd I have to control every week to a specialist heart doctor r n r nCan my mother not eat mango fruit with the patient that is suffering from her r n r nThinks attention
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. CHF or congestive heart disease and CHD or coronary heart disease are two heart problems that can occur due to various things, such as diabetes, cholesterol, high blood pressure, fat accumulation in blood vessels, damage to heart muscle, becoming active or passive smokers, and several reasons the other. People with this disorder can experience a variety of related symptoms such as swelling, shortness of breath, chest pain, palpitations, and irregular heart rhythms.
Regarding your question, in patients with heart failure, fluid restriction is needed to avoid the accumulation of fluid in the chest cavity, abdominal cavity, or foot in the form of swelling. So that anything runny, like porridge, watermelon, dragon fruit, and mango, because it has a high enough liquid content, must be limited or even avoided. Especially that people with heart failure can also have diabetes, so the sweet taste of mangoes can be a problem for him. So it's better if you avoid your mango.
But still re-confirm this information from us with a cardiologist who has been caring for your mother in the next control. Because we do not know the exact condition of your mother, she may still be at a level where the fluid restriction is not as strict as that so it is still allowed to consume mangoes in certain levels. So, hopefully answering your question.