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Dr. Graham Wong

Dr. Graham Wong

MPH, FRCPC
Cardiologist
Vancouver, BC
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What is the best treatment for me after a heart attack?

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Based on your individual medical condition and circumstances of your heart attack, your physician will develop a personalized treatment plan for your after-care. Typically, one of the most common treatment options will be to place you on a blood thinning drug. Aspirin is the most regularly used blood thinner, and there are other prescription drugs which may be considered, such as Clopidogrel or Prasugrel. If you have any questions about your treatment plan, ask your physician for more information.

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Dr. John Wade

Dr. John Wade

MD, FRCPC
Rheumatologist
Vancouver, BC
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How can I get extra calcium?

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If you are not getting enough calcium from your daily diet, there are two ways to add extra calcium. One is by simply adding much calcium-rich foods to your diet, and dairy is an excellent source of calcium. Alternatively, you can add a calcium supplement every day to boost your levels and promote overall health. Your physician can help you determine how much calcium supplementation you need.

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Dr. Maziar Badii

Dr. Maziar Badii

MD, FRCP
Rheumatologist
Vancouver, BC
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Can back pain during pregnancy harm my baby?

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There has been no evidence of back pain during pregnancy affecting birth outcomes of babies, including birth weight and length, or APGAR scores. If you have questions about your back pain, speak with your physician.

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Back Pain During Pregnancy

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