My husband is a heart patient. He had his first heart attack about 7 yrs ago, and the last one 2 yrs ago.(Hes now 45 yrs old) He is on alot of medications for thinning his blood. Last night he had a couple of drinks, something he doesnt do very often, and then he had to take a nitro for chest pains. Today, hes having blood in his stool. I've told him that if its too bad, he needs to go get it checked. He refused, as always, and wants me to look up on the internet what can cause the bleeding. I tried to tell him that I cant diagnois him, and that i'm tired of him trying to get me to find the answers for whats wrong with him. Now hes mad at me. If he had listened to me years ago when he first started having chest pains, and went to the doctor, he wouldnt be in bad shape now. How do I get him to understand what kind of stress hes putting me under expecting me to fix him???
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