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My husband has alcoholic cardiomyopathy, fatty liver and high blood pressure. His heart beats rapidly without his medication. What is his prognosis?

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In brief: See cardiologist

Alcoholic cardiomyopathy is one that has a chance for recovery.
See a cardiologist. Stopping alcohol and treating his heart failure. The liver can recover too. Medications and treatment are indicated.

In brief: See cardiologist

Alcoholic cardiomyopathy is one that has a chance for recovery.
See a cardiologist. Stopping alcohol and treating his heart failure. The liver can recover too. Medications and treatment are indicated.
Dr. Randy Stevens
Dr. Randy Stevens
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: It really isn't

Possible to provide a prognosis for your husband with this on-line information.
We don't know the severity of his cardiomyopathy. This condition prevents his heart from pumping blood properly ; can cause heart failure. This can go on to impact other organs in his body. One thing is for sure - if he does not undergo major life style changes the amount of damage he is doing to his body will ^.

In brief: It really isn't

Possible to provide a prognosis for your husband with this on-line information.
We don't know the severity of his cardiomyopathy. This condition prevents his heart from pumping blood properly ; can cause heart failure. This can go on to impact other organs in his body. One thing is for sure - if he does not undergo major life style changes the amount of damage he is doing to his body will ^.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Alcoholism

There is a spiritual and physical miracle available to those addicts who get sober. Their health and their relationships get better. His prognosis is very good if he stops drinking and stays sober.

In brief: Alcoholism

There is a spiritual and physical miracle available to those addicts who get sober. Their health and their relationships get better. His prognosis is very good if he stops drinking and stays sober.
Dr. Robert Killian
Dr. Robert Killian
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