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  • Chf....

    hope this isn't a stupid question...

    Can congestive heart failure stop? Let's say, you were put on a diuretic and all symptoms have ceased...still on a diuretic every other day and have had no symptoms since December
    \"It is not length of life, but depth of life.\"

    Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Cynthia, there are no stupid questions. If you knew the answer, you wouldn't have to ask. It would seem that you now have your CHF "under control", and that is good! It usually is not cured, but rather managed and hopefully symptom-free. Glad to hear your good news.

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