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Is hypokinesis of my left ventricle causing me to be cold?

I have hypokinesis of the left ventricle, 100% IN 20% OUT. Is this why I'm always cold?

submitted by Don from Albuquerque, New Mexico on 1/15/2014


by Texas Heart Institute cardiologist, George Younis, MD    George Younis, MD

A weak heart does not usually cause one to feel cold all the time.       

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