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Cardiac Heart Penis
Is true or false if ur penis can't get hard that mean you have blockage somewhere & have heart issuse?
Ask your Doc...: The most reasonable course of caring for your current concern is ask and discuss with your treating Doc about your concern after collecting the onset, degree, frequency, & progress of poor erection with detailed sequence of event as well as the info of lifestyle, drug use, sex life trending, etc. So, together, a reasonable Dx may be reached and reasonable Rx options may be offered. Best wish ... ...Read more
NO: No vitamins supplement will have that effect. ...Read more
Decisions : Difficult choice to make, your heart or your penis ... ...Read more
Strange skin formations on penis foreskin.Don't itch or heart or smell or anything. Were small wounds due to dry skin now they healed and formed theese
Talking to doctors: The words "strange skin formations' is not in any way medical words or descriptive in any sense of the word. There is no way to interpret such words to give you any medical advice. ...Read more
Is it safe for me to get my penis circumsied? I'm a 20-year-old male and I was born with a congenital heart defect.
See PCP/Urologist: Your primary care and your urologist will be better able to address this question for you as they would know your medical history and can examine you. Generally, minor congenital heart defects are not a concern. Also, the procedure may be done under local anesthetic rather than a general anesthetic. ...Read more
Had full cardiac work up. Heart rate usually 90s but recently 60s and as low as 55.overweight/dieting now. Anxiety that my heart may stop. Rate to low?
Anxiety: Your heart won't stop. Check back when you start having 5 second pauses. (It won't stop then either, but you'll need a pacemaker). (I've visited your hometown — Surprise, AZ-very cool place!) ...Read more
2 different things: A murmur is a sound you hear with a stethoscope. It may be innocent or represent heart disease. An arrhythmia is an irregular rhythm which also may either be benign or serious. ...Read more
On degree of damage or not.
If with heart attack and dead muscle it can be severe.
If a chemical issue, and no damage the heart may be fine. ...Read more
Cardiac arrest: A heart attack is when a blood vessel to the heart blocks off and a part of the heart is damaged. A cardiac arrest can be the result of a heart attack. Cardiac arrest is when the heart suddenly stops pumping for one reason or another. A heart attack can cause cardiac arrest. A cardiac arrest isn't necessarily caused by a heart attack. It canbe an ineffective heart rhythm. ...Read more
Strctural heart dis: Sudden cardiac arrest is usually due to conduction disease or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Pete maravich died of coronary artery disease during a pick up game. It turns out he only had 1 coronary artery. It is the main reason athletes at all levels have preliminary cardiac clearence. ...Read more
Heart enlargement: This is a response to pressure or volume loads on the heart. Sometimes it is a genetically driven process. ...Read more
Either: Cardiac arrest just means the heart is not functioning effectively as a pump. Sometimes there is chaotic electrical activity causing it to "quiver" this is ventricular fibrillation. There are other situations in which the heart is motionless, perhaps without any electrical activity at all (asystole) or with activity bit no contractions (pulseless electrical activity). ...Read more
Diet and exercise: Maintaining a healthy lifestyle consisting of a nutritionally balanced diet, regular exercise, a healthy weight, not smoking, reducing and managing stress, and regular check-ups with your primary care provider will provide the best opportunity to avoid a heart attack and cardiac arrest. ...Read more
Depends: Many variables. It depends on the cause, degree of enlargement/dilatation, overall function of the heart, etc. Enlargement of the heart should be evaluated by cardiologist. ...Read more
Immediately: Cardiac arrest means that the heart has stopped beating. ...Read more
Many options: Asystole, ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, torsades DES pointes,. The ventricles fail to provide significant arterial flow to the aorta and the pulmonary artery, the systemic arterial pressure drops below critical level leading to cerebral hypoperffusion and syncope. If prolongued brain death occurs within 5 minutes at normothermia. ...Read more
Cardiac scarring: Priorheart attack results in scarring in the heart tissue that alters the electrical conduction through that part of the muscle. Altered conduction leads to the possibility that this zoned can be a source of initiation for ventricular arrhythmias that can cause sudden cardiac death. ...Read more
How often do 27 year olds have heart attacks or cardiac arrest and just up and die with no warning?!
I was wondering what are the differences between cardiac (heart) and skeletal muscle contractile tissue?
Cardiac vs Skeletal:
It is difficult to describe in this limited space. Refer to the site:
http://www.Differencebetween. Net/science/health/difference-between-cardiac-and-skeletal-muscle/. ...Read more
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