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Consequences of untreated heart attack

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What are the signs of a heart attack?

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What are the symptoms of a heart attack?

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What causes heart attack?

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How to avoid heart attacks?

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Is this a heart attack ?

This is the 3rd morning that I have woken with chest pains and a back ache. I am morbidly obese. My age is 26 and weight is 250. I am female.
 

Is it a heart attack ?

Just got a leaflet through the door telling all the symtoms of a heart attack , it says don t mess ....p. (last checked 120/170 only last week). Am I having heart attacks? Sorry, numbers wrong way round. Feel ...
 

Heart Attack

I am a 33 yr old female and I swear I have heart issues. I have had so many test done for my heart and everything has come back 100% normal. i have had countless number of EKG s I have a 48 heart montior I had ...
 

Is it possible to survive if a heart attack left untreated ?

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heart attack and a heart burn

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panic attack or a heart attack

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Heart attack and hypertension

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Post heart attack caring

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What is the signs of a Heart attack?

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what are the symptoms of a heart attack?
Hi. These are the symptoms of heart attack: chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting and palpitations. If you have any of this symptoms you should immediately go to Emergency room and contact your cardiologist. Wish you good health. Dr. Behar.
 
what is a precaution have to take before heart attack.
Lower the cholesterol, salt, spicy foods, exercise daily, if had an attack you may have to take blood thinners like Ecosprin.
 
sudden heart attack what we have to do
What ever pain killer is available like brufen , disprin or aspirin should be given immediately to patient. Take him to ER as early as possible.
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