The following Conditions are related to Nausea

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  • Angina

    Angina, also known as ischemic chest pain, is a result of a deficient flow of blood to the heart. It can be a symptom of coronary artery disease. Patients describe this pain as recurrent or sudden squeezing, pressure, heaviness and tightness in the chest. A primary cause could be fatty substances building up in the arteries supplying blood to the heart. Cure/medication for Angina A healthy fusion of behavior  Read More

  • Aortic dissection

    Introduction to aortic dissection The aorta is the large blood vessel that leads from the heart and carries blood to the rest of the body. It originates at the aortic valve at the outlet of the left ventricle of the heart and ascends within the chest to an arch where blood vessels branch off to supply blood flow to the arms and head. The aorta then begins to descend through the chest and into the abdomen where it splits into two iliac  Read More

  • Expanded rubella syndrome

    There is no cure for congenital rubella syndrome as it is a viral infection. However, specific symptoms of the disease can be treated if your baby is born with congenital rubella syndrome, accordingly.Because there is no cure for congenital rubella syndrome, the best treatment would be to prevent the virus from attacking infants. Getting vaccinated can be a good move. Women who are planning on becoming pregnant sho  Read More

  • Heart disease and restrictive cardiomyopathy

    There are various heart diseases that affect the working of the heart and the body and pose life risks to the patients. Restrictive cardiomyopathy is one of the multiple forms of cardiomyopathy- which is heart disease also known as Heart Muscle Disease. This rare condition is where the walls of the heart’s lower chambers become rigid and inflexible and are unable to expand while the ventricles fill with blood. This makes the heart lose its cap  Read More

  • Heart transplant

    People who need a heart transplant are typically those whose conditions haven't improved enough with medication or other procedures.Heart transplant treatmentYour doctor might suggest particular procedures or surgery if drugs are insufficient for your heart problems. Open-heart surgery for heart transplants lasts for several hours. If you've had previous cardiac operations, the procedure will be more difficult a  Read More

  • Superior vena cava syndrome

    Superior vena cava syndrome (SVC) is a condition that occurs when the vein that carries blood from the head, neck, and upper chest back up to the heart is blocked.The symptoms of SVC depend on which veins are affected, but they can include chest pain, headaches, swelling around the eyes and face, and difficulty swallowing or speaking.The risk factors for SVC include:Being over 40 yea  Read More