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Chronic Heart Failure

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(Cardiac failure chronic)
Heart failure (HF) often called congestive heart failure (CHF) is generally defined as the inability of the heart to suppl...
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Chronic Heart Failure & Runny Nose

0.02% of the posts that mention Chronic Heart Failure also mention Runny Nose (50 posts)
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but has been having a runny nose for the past 2 days...
" ...my mother who is 80 years old. She has congestive heart failure but has been having a runny nose for the past 2 days and mild swelling in... "

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day still exhausted. Has had a runny nose for a month but...
" ...never really sick, has & is being treated for congestive heart failure...although no problems in past few years. He is also on coumadin but not sure ...still exhausted.Has had a runny nose for... "

I constantly have a runny nose and it's been explained...
" ...a lot of hope in this forum. I've had CHF for over 3 years now. I don't understand why your doctor has ...no clue. I constantly have a runny nose and it's been explained to... "

Hi, Has anyone ever heard of a CHF symptom or connection of...
" Hi, Has anyone ever heard of a CHF symptom or connection of a runny nose that only occurs when eating? ...thing and she had CHF. Any i... "

else. My husband's congestive heart failure is due...
" ...attacked the heart muscle) and congestive heart failure. His cardiologist explained that CHF is like a runny nose ...or something else. My husband's congestive heart failure is due to... "

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treated. My chf has been under controll for about 3 years...
" ...but I have asthma and chf and I have had pulm. ...way that I could tell chf from asthma is when I ...for 7 days before it was treated. My chf has been under controll for about 3 years... "

but not all of us have CHF. In fact, only my mother and...
" Hi Jeff, That runny nose business is a pain, isn't ...not all of us have CHF. In fact, only my mother ...failure. I rather think the runny nose and CHF is just a... "

know that I have ever considered my runny nose (only when I...
" ...years for allergies to corn, trees, etc. My internist insisted that I discontinue the shots and not mix them with heart meds because I could have a reaction to the shots and could not be rescued if... "

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an hour, I got a very runny nose but I never felt like...
" ...is used for people with cystic fibrosis or with congestive heart failure for this reason. However, it does also break up ...about an hour, I got a very runny nose but I never felt like... "

afraid that I still have CHF. If so, my recon surgery will...
" I started Herceptin with Taxol in Jan 2008. I finished Taxol with serious side effects in Mar 2008. Then ...worse. I attributed the runny nose to not having nose ...that I still have CHF. If so... "

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