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What is left ventrical dysfunction?

What is left ventrical dysfunction?

Weakness of heart: When the left ventricle fails to pump normally dysfunction is present. The two common types include poor ejection of blood from a weak and enlarged heart or poor filling of the heart from a stiff muscle wall. Myocardial ischema is a common cause but there are many other causes including those secondary to valve dysfunction, hypertension, alcohol use, viral infection and miscellaneous causes. ...Read more

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I need medical advise on erectyl dysfunction?

Consider: A more formal HealthTap prime consultation, as more information is necessary to be able to guide you appropriately through an issue such as this. ...Read more

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What is diastolic dysfunction ?

What is diastolic dysfunction ?

Diastolic dysf: This occurs when the heart muscle is stiffer than normal and more than a normal amount of pressure is required to fill the heart before it pumps the blood out. If the filling pressure gets too high it results in pulmonary edema and shortness of breath, particularly with exertion. Uncontrolled hypertension is a common cause and can be acute or chronic. ...Read more

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What exactly is diastolic dysfunction?

What exactly is diastolic dysfunction?

Diastolic dysf: This occurs when the heart muscle is stiffer than normal and more than a normal amount of pressure is required to fill the heart before it pumps the blood out. If the filling pressure gets too high it results in pulmonary edema and shortness of breath, particularly with exertion. Uncontrolled hypertension is a common cause and can be acute or chronic. ...Read more

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How can I trat erecticle dysfunction naturally?

How can I trat erecticle dysfunction naturally?

Lifestyle modificati: Erectile dysfunction typically precedes heart disease by 10yrs or so. So do those things that are healthy for your heart (and brain!) which should improve your penile health. For instance, don't smoke, don't drink to excess, exercise regularly, eat healthy, treat diabetes optimally, etc. Don't bother w/"natural" or "herbal" dietary supplements which have not evidence of effectiveness or safety. ...Read more

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Can you telling me about lumbopelvic dysfunction?

Lumbopelvic dysfunt: No sure what you mean by this. Please send more details. I would go to wikipedia for details. Discuss with your Dr. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have errectile dysfunction at age 43?

Is it normal to have errectile dysfunction at age 43?

Possible: While having erectile dysfunction (ed) should not be considered "normal" at any age, it can affect men at different ages. Ed is usually secondary to medical problems like cardiovascular disease and diabetes but can also occur after surgery for prostate diseases. If you are not aware of any medical conditions, you should be seen by a physcian, as ED may be the first sign of underlying problem. ...Read more

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How is dystolic dysfunction treated and is it a permanent condition?

How is dystolic dysfunction treated and is it a permanent condition?

It is treated with: medications to improve the compliance of the heart. Drugs like beta blockers and calcium blockers can be effective. Symptoms of heart failure due to diastolic dysfunction are treated with diuretics. At your age it would be considered irreversible. ...Read more

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What would be severely dramatically affected if there was electrochemical dysfunction and what disease is this ?

What would be severely dramatically affected if there was electrochemical dysfunction and what disease is this ?

Not a disease: There's no such disease as 'electrochemical dysfunction'. Many neurologic diseases involve dysfunction of chemical neurotransmitters and electrical conduction of nerve signals. You need to be more specific to get more helpful answers. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Is mild kidney dysfunction reversible?

Is mild kidney dysfunction reversible?

Kidney dysfunction: It depends on the cause of the kidney dysfunction. If its due to medications, dehydration or another reversible cause, then yes, it can often reverse. If its due to chronic scaring of the kidneys from hypertension, diabetes or glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the filtering part of the kidneys), then it is often a chronic non-reversible condition. ...Read more

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Does anyone suffer from sacroiliac dysfunction?

Does anyone suffer from sacroiliac dysfunction?

Many people do: Sacroiliac joint is the most complex joint in the spine. It moves in six planes of motion and is l shaped. Has innervation from the back and in the front. It can become misaligned and cause a lot of pain due to abnormal friction of ilium on sacrum. In someone young like you it is usually due to pelvic imbalance from short leg syndrome or psoas muscle spasm. ...Read more

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How could i naturally solve erection dysfunction?

How could i naturally solve erection dysfunction?

Get a Check up.: At your age of 23, make sure you do not have diabetes, hypogonadism, a testicular anomaly or psychological stress. Best to discuss with your doctor and get a good complete check up. ...Read more

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Special diet for people who had kidney dysfunction?

Special diet for people who had kidney dysfunction?

Yes: Dietary modifications are a main way of coping with reduced kidney function and can allow for adequate health delaying the need for dialysis. Protein, phosphate and sodium restrictions are common with potassium restriction added at later stages. ...Read more

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What are 3 diseases associated with immune dysfunction?

What are 3 diseases associated with immune dysfunction?

Immunity: Selective IgA deficiency, common variable immune deficiency, x-linked agammaglobulinemia....And many more. Immunedeficiency.Org has a ton of information. ...Read more