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Posted by: Anita | 2012/04/21

hartklop

Goeie dag Doc. Ek is 63 en weeg 65 kg en het HB ontwikkel. Is nou op my 4e soort pil. 2 dae nou op Ziak. Het ''n Metrale klep wat nie reg werk nie. Hart slaan gereeld oor. Vol bloed telling,
niere en lewer laat toets en dis normaal.

My vraag is of dit nadelig is as my hartspoed nou tussen 59 en 63 is. Ek het gister gaan stap maar poed het maar opgegaan tot 67. In die nag 55. Kan ek bloedklonte ontwikkel met so ''n lae hartspoed wat nog mis ook. Ek is baie bekommerd en bang.

Bloeddruk gaan baie hoog en val dan weer. Bv 178/104 en val
later tot 113/64. So hulle sukkel om dit onder beheer te kry.
Ek wil nie graag vir elke bakatel na die Kardioloog hardloop nie en moet nou eers die Ziak 2.5/6.25 kans gee. Raad asb.

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Our expert says:
Expert ImageCyberShrink

With the complicated factors you describe, I hpe you are being assessed and treated b a spcialist Psychiatrist and not by only a GP, as the issues are far beyond the skills of a GP.
There are many antidepresants to choose from ( if Depression has been properly diagnosed in the first place ) and they vary in the extent to which they may have effects on the heart and such things as blood pressure and heart rate. Some blood pressure meds work better with some antiidepressants than others, too. The psychiatrist needs to phone and speak to you cardiologist, to work out a plan of action that takes both their concerns and expertise into proper account

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2012/04/22

With the complicated factors you describe, I hpe you are being assessed and treated b a spcialist Psychiatrist and not by only a GP, as the issues are far beyond the skills of a GP.
There are many antidepresants to choose from ( if Depression has been properly diagnosed in the first place ) and they vary in the extent to which they may have effects on the heart and such things as blood pressure and heart rate. Some blood pressure meds work better with some antiidepressants than others, too. The psychiatrist needs to phone and speak to you cardiologist, to work out a plan of action that takes both their concerns and expertise into proper account

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Posted by: Anita | 2012/04/21

Sorry doc, wou navraag aan Kardioloog stuur.

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