What Medications Are Suitable For WPW Heart Problems And Murmurs?
Hello good afternoon. My girlfriend has a heart problem, that is, a murmur, a hole in her heart and a history of WPW. It’s been 4 days that my boyfriend felt a tremendous pain in his chest. Sometimes the pain goes away, but it appears again. Never even passed out. So continuously for 4 days. Because in his country doctors are very expensive, and he says he usually only gets pain medication. So he bought the 400mg pain reliever brand Molrin IB. And yesterday he bought 1 bottle of DG 250 mg ibuprofen healthy. Is that allowed? And if it’s not good, what medicine is suitable for my girlfriend’s condition? Thank you very much
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also concerned about the condition of your partner. The drug you mentioned containing 400 mg actually has the same content as the second drug, ibuprofen. The difference is only its strength. Ibuprofen is a drug that has a number of effects, which are heat-reducing, anti-inflammatory, and anti-inflammatory, and is sold freely so it doesn't matter if your partner buys without doctor's advice.
The problem is, this drug is not a heart drug. Therefore, even though the symptoms of pain experienced by your partner improve, the main disease still does not disappear. Just as if our air conditioner is broken, then we use a fan, we will feel cool, but using a fan does not necessarily improve the condition of our air conditioner. Even though your partner might feel better, there is a heart disease.
Therefore, our advice should your partner find a way to see a doctor. Maybe it could be advisable for him to take care of insurance or guarantees, look for a smaller clinic, borrow money, or not directly to a specialist but to a general practitioner first. This is important because even if your partner has a history of heart disease, this is not necessarily the case. The complaints could now be caused by lung disease, stomach acid disease, or other infections. Say that indeed heart disease, the medicine can not be given away without the supervision of a doctor. If wrong, it can endanger your partner's life.
So again, going to the doctor was mandatory, especially with a history of heart disease and the present condition that he felt was quite severe. Meanwhile, tell him to maintain lifestyle, limit physical activity, avoid smoking, dust and pollution, and get enough rest. If the complaint does not improve or feels very bad, do not hesitate to go to the nearest hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.