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Could a 24 year old female have a heart attack ?

I happen to be a very highly stressed person with an inability to fully relax. i ve had very sharp pains near my heart, especially when i take a deep breath. for 2 days ive had this pain down my left arm and my hand gets numb.... heart disease runs in my family, ive lost many to heart attacks as well. i got blood work done and they said i have high triglycerides - which is weird because i dont eat meat, or really anything high in fat... is 24 too young to have heart problems? lol... thanks thanks cheffy... i ll take that as i m fine lol
Asked On : Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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My lovey...taken that you have no sleep, are worried about Greg and are a new mum AND any other contributors to the facts of life may I suggest you could be having anxiety attacks you however arent to young to have heart issues , and with a family history , id seek help from the DR much love
Answered: Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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