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Metoprolol could be the culprit for you symptoms, but if they're not getting better off the medication, then it may b...
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It depends on how long it lasts. If it happens intermittently, just one beat at a time, then you are likely having PV...
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Two most likely possibilities are a urinary tract infection or a sexually transmitted infection. You should see your ...
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It sounds like you are describing PVCs (or premature ventricular beats). Basically, every once in a while, you have a...
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It is normal to have a trivial pericardial effusion. There is always some fluid around the heart to lubricate the spa...
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An echo looks at the structure and function of the heart, whereas the stress test was looking for blockages causing y...
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It s unlikely that your symptoms are from the aneurysms. Generally, they are asymptomatic and incidental findings, an...
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It can take 3 months to replete your iron stores and start to see improvement in your blood counts. The diagnosis...
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It is unlikely that these symptoms represent a heart attack, especially given your young age. With your heart racing,...
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High normal pulmonary artery pressures are still normal, so your cardiologist is right that there is no reason to wor...
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