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Ask a Cardiologist Online for a second opinion on complex heart conditions or get expert medical advice on all heart related ailments which include: Arrhythmia, Angina, Atrial fibrillation, Coronary artery disease, Cardiac catheterization, Stents, Valvular heart disease, Mitral valve prolapse, Mitral or aortic valve repair or replacement, Bypass surgery, Pacemaker placement, Aortic aneurysm, Myocardial aneurysm, Atrial septal defect and patent foramen ovale (PFO), Peripheral vascular disease, Heart failure, Cardiomyopathy, and Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM).
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Ask a Heart Doctor for a Cardiology Second Opinion
Seeking a Cardiology Second Opinion is one way to learn more about any diagnostic or treatment recommendations. As medicine becomes more complex and the number of treatment options continues to multiply, getting a second opinion has become a common practice. Don't be surprised to learn how often doctors seek informal second opinions on their own patients.
Our online medical second opinion service provides access to leading cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, no matter where you live. If you are facing a complex cardiac condition or tough treatment decision, having a cardiology second opinion online from a world-class specialist can provide valuable guidance and put your mind at rest.
When to Consult our Expert Cardiologists for a Cardiology Second Opinion Online?
- To explore other treatment options prior to major heart surgery or procedure
- After heart surgery, if you are experiencing new symptoms
- Prior to non-emergency procedures such as a pacemaker placement
- To confirm that your medical diagnosis is correct
- To confirm that your physician's treatment recommendation is the best one
- To confirm that your medication regime is the best source of treatment
Ask a Cardiologist Questions Online
Are you concerned about your heart condition? Want simple detailed answers about symptoms, given diagnosis, possible diagnosis or medications you take. We are here to help. Our expert cardiologists with lot of passion for their field will clarify all your doubts and will put your mind at ease. They help you get a better understanding of cardiovascular diseases.
Cardiac or heart problems can lead to many questions. You have every right to be as informed as possible about your heart condition, diagnosis and cardiac treatment options. Now you can get immediate medical advice about your heart health from board certified cardiologists online. Just ask a cardiologist on BestDoctor and get quick personalised answers to your questions directly to your inbox.
Benefits of Asking a Cardiologist Online
Expert Opinion without leaving home: By asking a cardiologist online, patients can gain access to world renowned cardiologists that might otherwise not be possible based on geographic or time constraints.
Private and Secure: The process is simple, convenient and completely secure. The answers to your questions or the second opinion report will be directly emailed to your inbox.
Cost Effective and Convenient: Since everything is done remotely, there are no travel costs involved.
Common Questions to Ask a Cardiologist If You Have
- What distinguishes chronic angina from a heart attack?
- What are the activities or conditions that can cause me to have angina?
- Can I exercise if I have Angina?
- How should I treat my chest pain or angina when it occurs?
- When should an aortic aneurysm be repaired?
- How often should my cardiologist order tests to monitor the size of my aortic aneurysm?
- Are aortic aneurysms genetic?
- Are aortic aneurysms associated with other medical conditions?
- If I need to have my aortic aneurysm repaired, should I undergo an open-repair or an endovascular repair?
- Can I exercise if I have aortic aneurysm? Is there any type of exercise that should be avoided.
- What is the cause of my cardiomyopathy?
- Could a heart attack have caused my cardiomyopathy?
- Could high blood pressure contribute to my cardiomyopathy?
- Do I need to limit my physical activity because of cardiomyopathy?
- Will I need a pacemaker for my cardiomyopathy?
- Do I need to avoid certain foods because of my cardiomyopathy?
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