Thanks so much for all your replies to my posts!
kefalonia1 in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Just to update you. l have just returned from a lovely weekend with my best friend and her family. We had long chats about the issues in my...
JessDuncan in British Liver Trusta year ago
Hello - I am an 18 year old female who is a serious hypochondriac. And I accidentally read an article online about how our nails can be big ...
1234Chris in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I am now 8 weeks post AVR replacement, and yet have still not started Cardiac Rehab, due to complications since the AVR. We have that nearly...
P0rtnahapp1e in AF Association2 years ago
Some time ago I was advised to have an MRI scan by a cardiologist whom I went to see privately. The clinic charged £850 for the test and the...
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This study investigated the link between glycemic control (control of blood g...
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Painful mouth ulcers
Sores_1 in LUpus Patients Understanding and Support3 years ago
Hi, I have Lupus and have developed extremely sore ulcers on my tongue, pallet and back of throat.I even get sores in my upper nasal pass...
Prada47 in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Hello Fellow Heart Travellers
Had a visit to the Dentist yesterday which has left me with a couple of Questions.
Just before Christmas I was e...
Slow recovery mentally after AVR and Endo (pre op)
ChrisE1975 in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
Nearly week 12 now (May 4) and still getting some chest ache and tightness on the scar, rehab week 3 seems to help physically But mentally I...
Warfarin and Dentistry
Hidden in Anticoagulation UK6 years ago
Today I encountered a new twist on anticoagulation and dentistry. I guess we all know that dentists want our INR to be lowered before invasi...
Molars rotting at root, 2 extracted, now a third?
hsouter in CLL Support Association5 months ago
Hello, everyone. My husband has just had 2 molars extracted within a month. He had serious pain and wicked headaches. Now he is having si...
christine147 in AF Association4 years ago
I had a root canal treatment on tuesday as I had had an abscess. I left it so long as I am fearful of of dentist. Lots of stories to say how...
Back to work
Mary_Janet in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Hi ho hi ho it's back to work I go. After a long nine months I am finally deemed fit to return to work and start my phased return .(unless t...
Dboy61 in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Hi . Recovering from severe heart failure diognosed back in April.Feeling better now but have gained enlarged heart and irregular heart beat...
Lynn1966 in British Heart Foundation6 months ago
I had my hair restyled today lol. Iv have had it cut short as I don’t have time to style my old hair style. Straightening it every day and ...
Recovery time of endiocarditis
Takingchances in British Heart Foundation2 months ago
my husband has been in hospital for 6 weeks ,with endiocarditis ,and aortic valve replacement ,he is home now and made some progress but sti...
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Hidden in Anticoagulation UK7 years ago
The BMJ Learning module \"Maintaing Patients on Anticoagulants\" highlights an interaction between oral Omeprazole (to treat acid reflux) an...
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secondtry in AF Association2 years ago
Those concerned about strokes either on anti-coats or not may be interested in this article dental-tribune.com/articles...
Unable to get my ears pierced until I see my gp
SusanBarnfield in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I was due to have my ears pierced today for the very first time. I am 70 and have been a total coward about getting them done. My granddaug...
Me again, so what I thought were panic attacks were TIA's
Herbs77 in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support3 years ago
After yesterday's call from Dr Robinson; my Haematologist at St T's it transpires I've been suffering recurrent TIA's. I'd assumed they were...
tjperfick in LUPUS UK6 years ago
does anybody else here get out of breath? Ath the moment its worse whilst resting and also after things like having a drink and chatting. An...
Long in tooth
pensionista in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
Hi. As you can see from my title I am a pensioner. I have been for 9 years now, but I am posting here because I have an artificial aortic ...
Dental hygiene and AF
MarkS in AF Association6 years ago
I've come across this article which relates the amount of scaling you have to AF:
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Travel insurance advice please.
kefalonia1 in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
Hi l am about to book a holiday for Sep 2018, this will be 1 year 7 months post op. l do not have a heart condition but l have had surgery A...
Hi everyone just signed up today hoping to chat with people who have suffered a similar experience
Boris1978 in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I was rushed into hospital in 2017 after having gastroenteritis like symptoms upon arrival i went in to cardiac arrest after the A&E consul...
Ogilvie in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Over the last three months I have had several heart procedures required to save my life after I was diagnosed with sepsis.
My list of procedu...
Dadog in AF Association4 years ago
Hi everyone. As we are going into the season for coughs and sneezes and all manner of infectious things, it is worth bearing in mind the eff...
Physically better, mentally worse.
Hi gang, this is only my second post but l would love some advice please. Five months on from AVR l am home with my Husband but he still wo...
Helenmud in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I'm still coming to term with my heart failure and fine at the moment it is controlling me but the other way around. I've recently changed j...
kefalonia1 in British Heart Foundation4 months ago
Does anyone know anything about this condition after OHS, l read about this yesterday and l'm worried l could have it. Any replies would be ...
2nd Ablation tomorrow
Fussyface in AF Association5 years ago
I've just been given a cancellation for a second ablation tomorrow instead of June, very excited that this one will work, please keep your f...
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