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My 4 year old son was diagnosed with aortic stenosis last year, we werent really told anything about

Posted 22 Apr 2016 by katie0121 0 answers

... it. Just to come back in a year for more monitoring. However these last few months he is very fatigued most days even with not much exertion. Could this be a symptom of things getting worse?

My mother has been on the nitroglycerin patch 0.2 mg during the day. She removes it at night?

Posted 4 Jan 2015 by tavernier 1 answer

She has been having increased night sweats along with loss of appetite and weight loss. She will be 97 this month. She has severe aortic stenosis. She is diabetic controlled by P.O. medication. She also takes CRESTOR AND MEDICATION FOR UNDERACTIVE THYROID AND HIGH BP. tHE NITRO PATCH IS THE NEWEST ...

Is it normal for 30yo aortic stenosis patient to suffer Tia/stroke?

Posted 5 Feb 2012 1 answer

I am 30yo with bicuspid aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation and suffered a Tia with MRI showing an embolism. I have low to regular blood pressure with clean arteries and no known arrhythmia. The doctor tells me chances for embolism is higher with aortic stenosis whether it came from a clot on ...

I have moderate to severe aortic stenosis. Why lisinopril not recommended for me? I have been on it?

Posted 20 Apr 2011 by Denise M. Winter 2 answers

... for 20 years and am now having trouble regulating my BP with metoprolol

Is nattokinase helpful in treating aortic stenosis?

Posted 9 Mar 2011 by Lorriane Schullo 1 answer

I have aortic stenosis but would like to avoid surgery. I understand nattokinase is being used successfully to to treat blood clotting and would like to know if there are any cases where natto is helping in eliminating aortic calcification.

Aortic Stenosis - My mom is 89 years, very frail and suffering from severe aortia stenosis. Has?

Posted 30 Apr 2011 by Jill Lee 2 answers

... anyone or anyone's relative experienced the surgery. My mom is afraid that even if she survives the surgery, the recovery would be brutal. Without the surgery, she is constantly fatigued and unable to do too much.It's a very difficult situation. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks

I am a 76 year old female in normally good health - have been diagnosed with Aortic Stenosis.?

Posted 15 Sep 2009 by great granny 1 answer

... Currently using Ferosmide 20mg for edema, however it doesn't help; family doctor thinks it's "OK" even though much discoloration from ankles to knees. Any ideas out there to releive the edema with natural methods? Cannot tolerate herbs. Thanks. Lillian

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