Heart faliure due to low ejection. Dizziness and breathlessness. Suggest treatment?

Serious symptoms. You need cardiology evaluation & treatment asap as you have significant symptoms.
See a cardiologist. It seems that you are having significant symptoms of heart failure. You need to be evaluated by a cardiologist and figure a treatment protocol.

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