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 Is it possible for a person who is having a heart attack to be shocked back to life 18 times?

 How can a professional athelete have a heart attack?

 Heart skipping??
okay, so you know when you take in a deep breath, and afterwards you feel that relief when you let out the breath?? well, sometimes i'll just be sitting there, and it feels like my heart skips ...

 I am newly diagnosed with heart disease, can i fly.?

 Whats more deadlier?
aids or heart heart ...

 My heart my heart helpppppp!?
my friend was just admitted to the hospital they said he had a slight heart attack and had fluid on his lungs but he's okay now and stabilized...but he seems to be hiding info he has told the ...

 What is responsible for numbnes on one side of the human body?

 Are these symptoms of heart disease??
im 21 female. i get a lot of sharp pains in my chest either in the middle or where my heart is. i also get really bad pains in my left sholder. and i get sharp pains in my calfs that will last for ...

 How does the lack of exercise contribute to Coronary Heart Disease?

 I had brief but severe heart pain last night, is it worth seeking medical advice?
When I was going to bed last night I was laying on my left side. I had a tightness in my center to center left chest area deep within my body. There was one sharp shooting incident of pain to the ...

 Should i rely-on tripple bi-pass heart sugury?
and eat pizza, and burgers and fries everyday? Can I just eat crap, and have heart surgery every couple of years?...

 I am worried that I may have Heart damage from Cocaine?
In may 2007 I od and went to the hospital. Sine then I relapsed once in October 2007 and May 2008. This last experience was bad from the get go. I did 2 grams in 24 hours and since then anxiety and ...

 17 years old, no smoking, drinking, etc. blood pressure 174/84. pulse 49. what does this mean?

 Why can i feel my heart beat in my stomach?

 What is inflammation of heart?

 Cholesterol levels.?
A Few years ago I had a reading, 9, since taking statins, that has been reduced, to 5.8, though quite a reducation, still higher, then ideally quoted leval, which I think is below 5.

I am ...

 I have really bad chest pains and a blood pressure reading of 181/100 and my pulse was 128.?
I saw the doctor today and he referred me to a heart specialist. I am having really bad chest pains that even wake me up at night, shortness of breath and fatigue. I am usually healthy besides this (...

 HELP!!!!!!i think im having a heart attack!!!!!!!?
i felt nauseus and light headed a couple hours ago...what are other symptoms?????how long does it take????im 16 by the way!!!!!
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ive been under a lot of stress these ...

 Serious question: Heart spazzes? Doctor doesn't know what it is?
For the past 7 months, I've been having, I guess you could say "heart spazzes". I brought it up woth my doctor and he is completely baffled by what it could be. He didnt give me any ...

 What is a good way to lower your bad cholesterol and increase your good cholesterol?

Blood Pressure 280/160. Showing no signs of going to the Dr.?
He has run out of meds. Doesn't seem to think he will explode. Again. This has been going on for years. Unbelieveable. If he doesn't care about himself - should I care for him? Where is the line drawn between taking responsibility for your own self vs waiting for someone to do it for you? I told him I would set up a Dr. appt. for him. I have done this too many times in the past only to have him no-show or cancel. I guess my question is this - when is it ok to walk away knowing someone will die because they can't deal on their own? Almost 50 years old already. It;'s not my responsibility to make sure he gets to the Dr. and takes his meds... Right?

Wow well I would still encourage him to go or make him talk to someone who can make him see that he needs his medication and what the risks are.

Stephen L
Who is "he?" If he's a competent adult, I guess the old saying applies: you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

I see you are having difficulty with this person- nothing new.

with a blood pressure like that, the person WILL eventually have a stroke, kidney failure, or both. this person needs to be seen in the ER NOW.

if the person still refuses, then you have done all you can. it's a lot like watching an alcoholic drink themselves to death.

Tell him to start with the pharmacy. Most of the time the pharmacist can call the doctor and get a new prescription the same day w/o an appointment, esp for a life saving med like a blood pressure/heart med. I know its frustrating, but he is probably in denial.

Help him get his affairs in order, he's not long for this world.

To answer I would want to know who this person is in relation to you.

The law answers the question for you.

Unless you declare him incompetent of making his own decisions, then you cannot speak for him...whoever he is.

He won't know it when he explodes...he'll be gone.

If cost is an issue, ask his physician for samples and explain your situation.

Some good doctors out there will give you a whole month's supply of samples if they know you're short on money and need help.

No, you can offer assistance and help but the bottom line is that the decision is his. If this person is of sane mind then it is his right and choice not to go get a new script or to get it renewed.

Getting into the role of being co-dependent - that is - leading your life through caring for him and being his 'parent' is now healthy for you. You can only do so much.

Have you thought that part of his 'digging in his heals' might be just to get at you??

Unless they are a child, mentally ill, intellectually disabled then it is not your job to force your choices on anyone else however sensible it might seem

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