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Altogether i copd, aortic valve insufficiency, bradycardia, and sick sinus syndrome with repaired right coronary anomaly what can I expect?
Pacemaker: If you have symptoms, the cardiologist after proper eval can opt for pacer. The COPD causes an effect of pulm hypertension which taxes the right heart. Bradycardia can cause CHF and in combination can cause fainting or syncope. These treatments are tailored to your symptoms and your need. Have a good follow up with all your doctors and discuss the medications well and their side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slow heart rate is a symptom in which a person's heart rate (the number of heart contractions per minute) is less than normal for the average person of the same size, doing the same activities. For adults, slow heart rate usually means a rate below 50-60 beats per ...Read more
Is bradycardia dangerous even it's not an AV block? Or life threatening? And can this suddenly progress to getting worse? (sick sinus syndrome?)
Is there a polyglandular failure syndrome that could cause partial ai and multi-wk episodes of ovarian failure, carb. Intol., bradycardia, & gastro dysfunction (sibo, etc.)? Any clinic to suggest?
Autoimmune disorder: There is a polyglandular autoimmune disorder can involve adrenal, ovaries, and thyroid referred to as aps syndromes. Bradycardia can relate to hypothyroidism. One form of this disorder can be associated with celiac disease and gastritis. An endocrinologist would be best person to determine if you have autoimmune process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Male 22. Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Resting hr 50-70. Need midodrine 2.5 will it cause bradycardia bad?
Is there a polyglandular syndrome that could cause partial adrenal failure and multi-wk episodes of ovarian failure, carb intol, bradycardia, and gastro swelling (sibo, etc.)? Rec'd specialty clinic?
Needs evaluation.: From the data you've provided, it would be advisable for you to see an endocrinologist and a cardiologist for starters. That would enable a clarification of the endocrine and cardiopulmonary issues. Then, if there is a lingering question concerning the rheumatologic tests you've had, a rheumatologist could clarify these. You deserve to have a thorough evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bradycardia: Bradycardia, in adults (not in children) is defined as heart rate slower than 60 beats per minutes. It can be perfectly normal in people who are athletic. For example, marathon runners can have resting heart rate in 40s or even lower. It is, generally, pathological, if it leads to symptoms of dizziness, lightheadedness or fainting. If it causes extreme symptoms, a pacemaker is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer