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If I Have Been Treated For Wpw Is It Safe To Ride A Roller Coaster
Yes: No reason that I can think of, however, knowing exactly what you were treated for would be better. So this is a general answer. ...Read more
Prob ok: Hi is likely ok. Double check with your surgeon though. ...Read more
Ask your surgeon:
You need to ask your surgeon.
it really depend how large your scar are and did they have to close any of the from the inside.
your surgeon knows what it has been done, and can give you the proper instructions. ...Read more
Varies with: Speed and g forces of roller coaster, don't you think? Ask your surgeon for more specific answer, but I would give it at least 2 weeks. ...Read more
Sternum broke: If cleared by your doctor, sure.Get a more detailed answer ›
How Long After Laparoscopic Surgery To Ride A Roller Coaster? I had the surgery last week thursday.
Yes wear a splint or: Botts to prtect ankle from bootsGet a more detailed answer ›
Not recommended: Roller coasters can produce 4-5 g's (atmospheric pressures) of pressure pushing against the body during the ride. The heart has to pump against this kind of pressure. Any sustained pressure makes it more difficult for the heart to pump both into the body and into the lungs and brain. Somebody with congestive heart failure could get into big trouble with their lungs or even cause a heart attack. ...Read more
Can I ride a roller coaster 3 years after having a heart attack due to blockage of the right coronary artery and getting stents implanted?
Enjoy ride: Hope you are not doing the tallest and fastest roller coaster. ...Read more
Can you tear something if you ride on a roller coaster before 2 weeks after having surgery for removal of the gallbladder?
I'm going to thorpe park, and I have a pulse between 100-125, would it still be safe for me to go on a roller coaster?
Treat your heartrate:
I would not let you go anywhere untill your hart rate is controlled. Not even for a bus ride :)
you have graves disease, your fast heart rate is likely related to the thyroid disease. See your doctor and lket him take care of you first. After you can go and enjoy the ride. ...Read more
Roller coaster: I would not recommend going on a roller coaster for a patient with hypoplastic left heart. ...Read more
I keep waking in the night to a weird experience. It feels like when your belly come up to your throat on a roller coaster ride. It jolts me awake?
I passed out during a roller coaster ride yesterday and had weakness in my legs and pressure in my chest afterward and even today. Heart problem?
My daughter has wpw, is it safe for her to use ondansetron for nausea/vomiting related to stomach irritation?
Tough question because zofran (ondansetron) can prolong qt, esp in those with low magnesium and potassium, but does not cause wpw, they are different mechanism.
Given that, zofran (ondansetron) seems to have some effects on heart, so prob good idea to hold off, if only a couple of doses, then prob fine. ...Read more
Chest pain on roller:
May be reflux or cardiac issues, from underlying disease or new rhythms consider echocardiogram, PFTs to check for asthma May be a pneumothorax as well dissection is rare. F/u/ w/ doc this week before next ride gt cleared.
http://www. Webmd. Com/heart-disease/news/20051116/roller-coasters-safe-for-heart
https://www. Sciencedaily. Com/releases/2005/11/051118111404.htm ...Read more
If you hit your head: Sure, if you hit your head.Get a more detailed answer ›
They can be a cause.: The great forces involved in riding certain roller coasters can cause retinal detachments in those who are prone to them. ...Read more
Motion sickness: There is a great discussion of this at wikipedia. ...Read more
Possibly.: Roller coasters by their very nature are fast, and move violently placing high levels of stress on the muscles and joints of the body. If you have significant degenerative disease riding a roller coaster could cause damage and lead to sore, painful back. Recommend that you speak with your physician and if needed seek out a evaluation from an orthopedic surgeon to see what their opinion is. ...Read more
Exposure therapy: There is a lot of validation for treatments that involve gradually increased exposure to the symptoms of panic coupled with relaxation training. Ssri meds are often prescribed for anxiety as well as for depression, but you can also learn how to manage, decrease, ; sometimes completely eliminate the problem by working with a therapist who specializes in exposure-based therapy for panic. ...Read more
No: Not in healthy people, generally.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually ok: "heart condition" encompasses a broad range of maladies! Someone who experiences angina with exertion should avoid the stress of a roller coaster but most people with hd who have been stable and free of symptoms for long periods can tolerate brief stress well. If in doubt, of course, discretion is the wiser part of valor. ...Read more
Why can't I breathe when descending on a roller coaster? I don't know if it's because I'm blind, or if ther's a neuroendocrine explanation.
I think most people: Alter their breathing when descending on a roller coaster, although those studies have not been done to date. ...Read more
6 weeks.: That's what we recommend. You doctor may have a different thought on that. ...Read more
Depends: On the specific condition. Speak with your cardiologist. ...Read more
When I stand in lines for something like a roller coaster my heart beats really fast until I feel like I'm going to pass out. That isn't normal...
Fast Heart Beat: Prolonged standing in line can pool blood towards the legs and hence result in relative dehydration and low blood pressure. Both of these can result in fast heart beat and dizziness. Anxiety and hyperventilation can also have these symptoms. If symptoms persist despite maintaining hydration and breathing calmly then medical attention should be sought. ...Read more
In the past few days I have been getting the feeling that I feel after I have gotten off a roller coaster (dizzy) I also feel like I'm about faint?
???: At this point, there is a wide differential that may include inner ear illnesses, dehydration, or heart palpitations (given your age). If you really feel as if you are about to faint, you may want to strongly consider being seen by a physician in person sooner rather than later. That way, you can get a full physical exam to help determine if you have any of the above. ...Read more
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