About Me: Male, 116, North Dakota/ Arizona, ND, member since Dec 2007
3/04__ Congested heart failure, MVR, CAD (stent in RCA), enlarged left vetricle (EF 13-29%). Currently normal heart size and EF59%..Six years researching and posting on heart health forums. Prior employer Sperry Univac...retired field engineer, computer specialist.
Hi KENKEITH - HOW DID YOU GET YOUR Heart EF from 13 to 59 ? My mom has only 10 percent heart function & dr said put her into a hospice. Id rather help her regain heart function if possible ( and if she'll cooperate, which is not certain. She's tired & feels like giving up ) Please email me britesite2
@gmail . com
thanks!!, but i'm not sure where i should have posted i guess.
i rarely post so i just dont know the ins and outs of it. was there a thread better suited to this question? If so, i am so sorry i posted incorrectly.
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