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I Am 17 Years Old I Had A Block In My Coronary Artery Is This Common Among Teens
No: It is extremely rare for a teenager to have a blockage in a coronary artery. Atheroscleosclerosis is the process that usually causes blockage in arteries but only slowly progresses with symptoms beginning in middle age or rarely in some families at a younger age. Congenital abnormalities with aberrant coronary origins or single coronaries can occasionally cause heart problems in teenagers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Arteries are defined as blood vessels which carry blood away from the heart (to either the body or lungs). Arteries: higher pressure, thicker walls, stretch (pulse) with each heart contraction & deliver blood to the arterioles which control the flow to individual capillaries. Veins are blood vessels which carry blood from capillaries back to the heart (body to right heart; ...Read more
Hello I am 48 years old and have a CT heart calcium score of 194 in my left anterior descending LAD is that a lot of plaque. Can I reverse this HELP?
Maybe.: A score like this indicates potentially moderate disease. I say potentially because the test is not very specific. The doc who ordered the test should be explaining this to you. I suspect another test is in your near future. ...Read more
Hello. I am 32yrs old this year in June I am a mother of 3 boys all were born 4yrs a part the youngest turns 4 in March this year. I have a history of irregular periods. From lat 2013 to mid last year, my periods were absent for 8months. I was never on a
Many reasons: great ! Mother of 3 boys. Please take good care of them and give them good education. Make sure you are not anemic, your Thyroid hormones are ok. Your OB exam should be done and your doctor will be able to shed some tight on other possibilities also. Eat good and good luck ...Read more
I am a 20 yr old male. suffer from anxiety. Occasionally i have heart flutter feelings. They most common during /after sport game. had ekg. is it ok?
Anxiety w/heart: flutter needs to be evaluated by your doc. It sounds like you've done that. Next stop is to see a mental health professional to learn techniques to manage your anxiety. Please don't use medicine only but make sure to get therapy. See www.relaxationresponse.org for a self-help technique. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cardiologist says I have minimal plaque in my arteries is that bad or good ? Im a 59 year old male who still suffers from chest pain.
I'm a young lady and my age is 20 years old but I have a schizophrenia and that sickness start for females at 26 years old so, why is that happened?
Incorrect info: Schizophrenia is an illness that rarely affects children, usually begins in the teenage years, and generally fully appears in early adulthood. Your experience, far from being unusual, is a more typical situation of being diagnosed at around age 20. If you begin serious, committed treatment with a truly competent psychiatrist, you will get the best chance of doing as well as you can. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Yes: You have high blood pressure on that single reading. It is not dangerously so, but if you get similar readings over a few days it is time to go in and have it evaluated. High blood pressure can inflict damage on your kidneys and other organs and remain without symptoms while doing so. ...Read more
I am now 17 years old, my height is 5.3 feet.It is the same when i was 14. From my mother family most are short but from my father everyone tall.Help
Probably done: Some teens grow very little or none, in height, when they are 17. Those who do grow usually have a family history of getting taller in their late teens (other adults in the family had a similar growth pattern). If a 17 yr. Had no height growth over the past year, then he is finished with height growth and is at his adult height. Stand straight and wear shoes and clothes that make one look taller. ...Read more
Is a brain hemmoridge or aneurysm rare at 19years old? My mum had one due to drugs after I was born. Very frightened in case I get one
Not common. : But there are congenital aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations and trauma. ...Read more
Is pri. or sec. erythromelalgia more common in a 19 year old male? Ive read most secondary causes are in women over 60. I had a CBC and it was fine.
THERE ARE: Three categories: erythromelalgia (platelet-mediated and aspirin-sensitive), primary erythermalgia, and secondary erythermalgia Hereditary erythromelalgia is an autosomal dominant disorder caused by mutations in a protein involved in a , voltage-gated sodium channel. More than 20 SCN9A mutations have been reported in patients with this form of primary erythromelalgia. Causes of secondary erythromelalgia include medications, myeloproliferative disorders, infections and unknown causes. The early-onset (primary) form is reported to have a male-to-female ratio of 1:2.5. Secondary erythromelalgia was reported to have a male-to-female ratio of 3:2 when due to myeloproliferative disorders but a 1997 case series from Norway showed a female predominance (male-to-female ratio of 1:2), when a variety of causes were included. ...Read more
I am 58 years old haven't had my period in 6 years bloodwork revailed that I am postmenopausal and have a borderline tyroid. Is this causing Anxiety?
I am a 63 yr old women 20 yrs post hysterectomy and this is the second time in a yr I have had a bleed thru problem what could it be?
I am a 17 year old female, and I'm interested in donating my liver to a 40 year old male. Is this even physically possible?
It's possible, but..: It's possible--but a very big decision.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am a 53 year old male, had a mild heart attack 2 years ago, have lupus also,arteries are too small for stent, i am smoking still, will meds work for?
Heart disease: Most interventions (medical or surgical) today are based on medical evidence based on research and are used only if they have been shown to be effective. Please discuss your case with your cardiologist and ask her/him to direct to the evidence for whatever medications she/he is recommending. There are too many medications and each should be discussed in the context ...Read more
I'm 37 years old, female. I had an open heart surgery and had my valves repaired in 2013. My BP is always below 100/70. Is it safe to have a baby?
Im a 40-year old woman who was diagnosed 5years ago of having vaginal agenesis. How common is this disorder? I feel completely alone
Uncommon: You have a "mullerian" anomaly, one of the intersex conditions. Make sure your doctor has checked if you have a uterus, cervix and kidneys. You need a reproductive endocrinologist who can a also show you how to dilate/create a vagina. You do have ovaries since these come from a different original tissue. Find a support group, either online or from your doctor. You are not alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am scared of the dark and it is very embarrassing at 24 years old. I thought only children had this fear?
Dr. Hi iam acollege student engineering problem i have in my chest where the increase in volume is very nutural for my age iam 22 yeras i would like?
Unclear : Please, clearly state your question so that one of us can help you. I was not able to fully understand the question. ...Read more
Hello. I was diagnosed with BRE. But I had my first and single seizure at 15 years old. Is it possible? Is this a wrong diagnose? I'm 20 years old now. What is the chance to have one more seizure? Sorry for the bad English.
Notes about BRE: BRE is a condition that does not normally affect teenagers at onset. You might consider whether there is a different cause instead. BRE normally starts in children, and it is diagnosed by clinical history, exam, and specific EEG findings. Many people with BRE stop having seizures by the time they are teenagers. ...Read more
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