I am in my late twenties, with a history of occasional smoking and drinking (may be once in two weeks). I do active cardios four nights a week. Recently I got my regular body check-up done, and I was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. It has been said that heart function has been reduced by 15 percent, and there is collection of fluid in the lungs. What will be my life expectancy? Can you help me with some advice to cope with this situation? Kindly help me.
.. good to hear that you are concerned and participating in treating your father's health issues.
From your description, it looks like he has congestive heart failure. It means the fluid around his heart is causing the Atrial fibrillation and the cough. Read full
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