Amphetamine filter: I’ve taken Vyvanse four times. But the last time I took it, it did something to me. I suddenly developed some weird heart behavior and some other symptoms. I haven’t touched the stuff for three weeks now, but I still don’t feel like myself from three weeks ago. Help me. I don’t know what’s going on. [more inside]
posted by NotSoSiniSter
on Nov 27, 2012 -
Yes, yes, YANMD. When I'm very stressed I feel slight pain/weakness on the left side of my chest, under my armpit and sometimes across my shoulder. [more inside]
posted by joyeuxamelie
on May 1, 2011 -
Should I suck it up and get into a relationship with/sleep with someone I'm not really attracted to, to gain some relationship momentum (ie break the streak) and get over someone I can't have? [more inside]
posted by vilolagrl
on Dec 28, 2010 -
My 58 year old dad has been having a squeezing pain in his heart. It has happened a few times, and then just goes away. He went to the emergency room, got a lot of tests done including the stress test, and they determined that his heart is healthy. He has healthy blood pressure and has a manual labor job, and so gets a lot of exercise. The doctor said it might be stress. Does anyone have experience with this? My dad is ready to just try to relieve his stress, but I am worried that it could be something else that the doctor may not have picked up on. Any solutions, including alternative medicine? Thank you!
posted by tessalations999
on Jul 10, 2010 -
Why do we typically take our pulses at the neck or wrist as opposed to the chest or side right at the heart? At least from my n = 1
self-observations, it's both an order of magnitude stronger and easier to find if you just stick your hand on your chest and count off that instead of trying to find the right spot on the neck or wrist. [more inside]
posted by floam
on May 25, 2010 -
Recently was hospitalized for acute bacterial endocarditis.
The follow-up cardiologist visit is summed up as follows;
"..had his echo/doppler study performed today. It shows mitral valve prolapse, which is quite severe. There is a suggestion of ruptured chordae involving the posterier leaflet. There is thickening of the posterier leaflet and a very severe mitral regurgitation. His left ventricular systolic function remains normal and his left atrial dimension is only mildly dilated. At this point, we are going to manage him medically and further management will depend on his progress".
There is no medication yet, and I am due for a follow-up visit soon.
Have been researching; and also want to ask advice of hive, for areas/questions to prepare.
Subjects include his mention of future possible replacement; exercise and diet for heart health; anxiety related to MVP.
Help me focus on a valuable discussion with the doctor.
posted by ebesan
on May 24, 2010 -
What is the name of this heart condition, and is it genetic? The main artery supplying blood to the heart isn't developed properly in utero, resulting in major surgery and/or death of the baby post birth. [more inside]
posted by heytch
on Oct 3, 2009 -
YANMD Filter: I was told recently that my eye drops (Cosopt) could limit my heart rate: is this true? [more inside]
posted by 47triple2
on Oct 30, 2008 -