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Climbing Tree Stands
Does riding a bus vs. Driving cause more wear-and-tear? What about walking up steps w/ osteoarthritic knees?
Driving/riding bus/: Long question if you do not have any pathology in your lower extremities including knees, than it does not matter whether you drive or ride the bus.Knees can withstand wear and tear of either.If you have osteoarthritis of knees , you should clinb the stairs slowly, take your time one at a time holding on the rail so there is less strain on your knees. ...Read more
Oxy sat 97% while lying flat
Heart rate-55 bpm
Upon standing I develop dyspnea
Oxy sat drops to 95%
Heart rate increases-95 BPM
My 8.5wk ultrasound found a 6x4.5x 4.2cm ovarian cyst. Please explicitly list safe exercises. Stair walking? Slow elliptical w/ high resistance?
What did your OB doc: Say , your OB doc should have explain that in detail to you already so call him or her today ! so they can instruct you, if you were my pt i would say no exercise other than slow walking and no intercourse until you get a followup us in 2-3 weeks tomake sure the cyst is resolving, if it would rupture hopefully not, you could lose the pregnancy, you will have plenty of time later to exercise. ...Read more
High level athlete,hydrated.restingHR in 80's sometimes 90's.Walking up 1 flight of stairs- hr140.Showering-hr150.Why so high?Pronounced heartbeat
Heart rate : Can vary with stresses both physical and emotional. Be sure heart beat is regular and has no irregular beats with your Md. ...Read more
What worsen pulmonary HTN? Is exercise.one of them? Or climbing stairs?
Or on the other hand any mild leaking valves?what else?
Although i'm 19 F
Pulmonary HTN,: hypertension, is classified into 5 groups: idiopathic/ genetic/drug induced pulmonary arterial HTN; pulm HTN caused by left-sided heart disease (including valve disease); lung disease (COPD, pulm scarring, sleep apnea); caused by chronic pulmonary emboli (blood clots);other.Exercise doesn't worsen pulm HTN, but the disease often limits exercise capacity including stair climbing. Need a specialist ...Read more
Both work well: Both grafts in addition to a cadavre grafts can work well. More importantly, the way the procedure is performed and the postop rehab are more important than the actual graft used. You would probably require at least six months of rehab postop before returning to rock climbing. ...Read more
Both : Are good. Better may include which one you could perform in the correct way. ...Read more
It is for the rock!!: Seriously, i would not recommend it for an adult with ankle or wrist problems, extremity weakness, or general balance or health challenges. If one walks or climbs on challenging and uneven terrain, it is essential that he or she be in good health and excellent condition. Physiatrists and sports or trauma medicine doctors can say more, so i will share this with them. Thanks for asking. @drpam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both ant. knees + post. lower legs get ice cold when sitting for 30 mins. Takes 1hr walking to warm up. Arteriovenous US, D-dimer, ABI norm. What now?
Very fatigued for months. higher hr resting (80bpm vs 60). hr high walking up 1 flight of stairs. lightheaded standing.visible heartbeat chest/stomach?
I'm 17.female athlete.resting hr is 85-95.it goes really high walking up stairs/in shower.cleared by cardiologist/thyroid.always tired.beats forcefull
Are alpha, beta or calcium channel blockrs best for severe vasoconstriction that happens when person stands up, exercises, gets cold, or other activities?
Recently iam opraeted umbilical hernia. Plz. Sugeest type of exercise. Runing &jogging , cycling , hill work out best or what.
Wait at least 8 wks: Returning to activity after umbilical hernia repair, depends on the size of the hernia and how it was repaired, any complicating medical conditions that you have or medications that you take, and your surgeon's preference. Usually gradual return to regular activity is allowed after 8 weeks, but may be longer if there are any complicating factors. More rigorous activities are allowed as tolerated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the risk of a dangerous arrhythmia when postural othostatic tachycardia syndrome is acting up? Pulse jumped 50 BPM w standing. Anxious inchest
Should be low: Generally, the rapid heart rate triggered in pots should be a sinus tachycardia--i.e., a normal rhythm but an inappropriately rapid rate. Sinus tachycardia may be unpleasant, but generally shouldn't be dangerous in the absence of other underlying disease (like severe coronary artery disease for instance). ...Read more