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Lyme Disease Second Degree Heart Block
Lyme is caused by borrelia burgdorferi. Acute symptoms can include bullseye rash, headaches, joint pain, fever, and flu like sx. Chronic symptoms can include fibromyalgia symptoms, nerve pain in extremities, mood swings, brain fog, heart problems. Lab diagnosis is not very reliable, and sometimes clinical ...Read more
My daughter(6 yr old) has had Lyme disease since birth and has been complaining of heart pain, but tests show its normal. What am I to do now?
?: I am confused by your question in 3 ways: first, according to the most up to date research, there is no association supporting a link between lyme disease and preg, adverse fetal outcomes or cardiac malformations. Secondly, once tx'ed, lyme disease is no longer present. Third, children with c/o heart pain are usually c/o of chest pain which is muscular or lung related. Can you give more info? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Would there have to be bulleyes mark on body for Lyme disease?Been experiencing chest pain/Sleep disturbances.Heart Tests were norm.Not Lyme Carditis?
Not always a rash: The classic bullseye rash is not necessary to diagnoses lyme's. If you live in an area with many deer ticks and there is a possibility that one was on your body for more than 24-36 hours, it would be beneficial to go in to clinic to discuss blood testing for lyme's disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently got diagnosed with late Lyme disease. Could my shortness of breath, lightheadedness, chest pain, and rapid heart beat be related to this?
I have heart palps, joint pain & tired all the time. Years ago i had a bulls eye type rash on my shoulder. Is it possible I have Lyme disease?
Get tested: Simple blood test for a potentially serious and treatable disease. You can prevent damage but cannot fix damage done. ...Read more
Complications- Lyme disease, bipolar disorder, and dental abscess that has spread to heart/brain/ears/eyes?
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22 year-old woman is 59" and 85 pounds, found to have osteoporosis, and despite not having any eating problems, cannot gain weight to get back.....?
Healthy: The presence of mobitz type i second degree atrioventricular block, also known as wenckebach periodicity, is not an indication that there is any special problem with your heart. If the finding of wenckebach 2nd degree av block is your only concern, you should be able to exercise without concerns. ...Read more
Mobitz 1: Mobitz 1 type of 2nd degree heart block is a rather mild condition in which an occasional heart beat is blocked. With higher degrees of 2nd degree heart block, the heart rate is quite slow and i feel excessively hot temperatures may be harmful as blood pressure falls. I don't feel that exposure to hot temperatures would affect mobitz 1 2nd degree heart block as the heart rate is not unusually slow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whats the different between typical and atypical wencabech second degree heart block? If I have both do I need a pacemaker?
Wenckebach block: If you are having symptoms from your a-v block, a pacemaker is recommended (assuming that there is not an underlying, correctable cause of the block.) the difference between typical and atypical is the conduction ratio-how many signals are sent vs. How many signals are received. Typical might be 3 "p" waves to 2 "r" waves; atypical might be 7 "p" waves to 6 "r" waves. ...Read more
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