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Are you still coughing out blood?
Alright, are you on any medication after the procedure?
Okay, and your pulse is 40 with dizziness and lightheadedness?
No, what is your blood pressure? Have you been monitoring it?
Okay, that is reassuring.
Pain in the arm?
Okay, well I would suggest that you go to the ER or an Urgent care to get an EKG done. The thing that comes to mind is air embolism since, that can manifest as angina (chest discomfort, arm pain, paraesthesias, dizziness, lightheadedness, bradycardia (pulse lower than 60 BPM) with the blood pressure being normal.
Did you have the EKG while having these symptoms?
Yes, that is the same thing.
Okay, the symptoms that you currently have should not be ignored and they necessitate a complete evaluation, serial blood pressure and pulse monitoring with an Echocardiogram and on an ECG monitor for a while. Arterial Blood gas analysis as well.
The dizziness and the lightheadedness is what concerns me, obviously because you just had an embolization done.
It is a pleasure. Let me know what your physician diagnoses. I shall be grateful if you follow up.
You never know the dizziness is because of something trivial like a benign paroxysmal positonal vertigo (BPPV) but an evaluation is warranted nonetheless.
Thank you Stewart.
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