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How does a heart attack feel like ?

What are some of the warning signs, any information would be helpful. Usually I am answering questions on cancer but heart disease is the number one killer so if you were feeling like you were having one, what would that feel like?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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there is no right answer to that. there are typical signs & symptoms but few ppl are typical. i myself had wat felt like a "skipped" beat and a stabbing type pain in the middle of my chest. this went on for about 2 months i didnt get concerned till a "crushing" pain (felt like someone was sitting on my chest) started waking me at night. i ended up having an 80% occlusion in my right coronary artery (RCA) i had a STENT placed and now that in off the plavix im doin great! more & more younger ppl are showing signes of heart problems if youre concerned see your dr. better safe than sorry
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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