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Dilated Arorta

Post Number:#1  Post by Chatkat65 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:10 pm

Hello
I’m new here and would like some advice and opinions. I’m 52 and was told by a cardiologist 2 weeks that I have a dilated aorta. I had never heard of this so I had to google it! To make matters worse if gave me terrible anxiety! I don’t seem to find a lot of info on this as far as taking natural things so I would like to know if Asorbic acid would help this. Right now I’m taking Vitamin E in higher doses. I would welcome all advise as I don’t want this to progress. I absolutely love this site and I’ve only been in here for one day!! Thank you in advance :D

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Re: Dilated Arorta

Post Number:#2  Post by Joanna45 » Thu May 10, 2018 5:47 am

Did they do an ultesound is that how it was diagnosed..my doctor said my aorta was dilated but when I had an ultsound done it was of normal size ..but for the 2 weeks that I had to wait for that to be done caused a lot of anxiety for me also..

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Re: Dilated Arorta

Post Number:#3  Post by Chatkat65 » Sun May 20, 2018 10:36 pm

Hi Joanna45
I did have an ultrasound. I’m actually going to have another Wednesday with a different cardiologist.
I have been doing a lot better with my aniexty. I also ordered 2 jars of the heart tech powder and I’m already into
my 2nd one! Loving the vitamin C powder! Thank you for responding! I’ll let you know how it goes

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Re: Dilated Arorta

Post Number:#4  Post by sarachen » Mon May 28, 2018 12:18 pm

Dilated aortas are usually caused by things like high blood pressure and smoking. It is possible that higher vitamin intake will help improve the strength of the aorta wall but most people would not recommend that as the primary way to treat it. Taking your doctor's advice is the best thing to do


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