Easily Limp, Shortness Of Breath And Heartburn After 7 Years Of Heart Ring Installation?
Good evening doc. Please inform me, my father 7 years ago heart ring surgery, and always consume blood-thinning drugs copidogrel, simoastatin, thromboaspilet. But lately complaining of weakness quickly. Tired, shortness of breath, u0026amp; heartburn.How should the prescription medicine be replaced? What is the solution? the best for my father.Thank you
Complaints of shortness of breath, fatigue, and heartburn in people who have a history of heart should not be underestimated, even if a ring has been installed as a guarantee that the person will not return to heart disease. The purpose of installing the ring is to expand the narrowed blood vessels, so that one day it will not rule out new narrowing if a change in lifestyle is not changed to be healthier.
The administration of drugs that you submit aims to inhibit the formation of clots or precipitation in blood vessels that can potentially cause narrowing of the arteries that cause coronary heart disease. However, lifestyle has a big enough role, so that if you still smoke, consume fatty and oily foods, and lack of physical activity, the narrowing of the heart arteries can occur slowly even though you are taking these drugs.
Changing the drug is not always the solution, because it must be ascertained in advance what the actual conditions experienced by his father Armina, whether it is true due to heart problems or other health problems that have similar complaints such as: stomach ulcers, chest muscle pain, lung disorders (infection, buildup fluid in the lungs, etc.) Where it needs to be ascertained through a series of basic physical examinations and if necessary supporting examinations such as heart record (ECG), chest x-ray, etc. to be able to ascertain what is the root cause of the emergence of various complaints.
The solution to a problem certainly varies depending on what is the source of the problem, so check with your father to a cardiologist so that further tests can be done to determine what health problems actually experienced by your father.
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