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Is it true, In case of Heart Attack you have to puncher one Finger ?

Is it true, In case of Heart Attack you have to puncher one Finger ? I have heard that, In Chineses therapy , that in case of Heart attack. You have to Puncher one Finger tip by niddle Pin. So your high Blood pressure may come to normal you may have the changes to get well. Please donot try this untill we are confimed by the Yahoo answer. Members.
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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You should not be experimenting with acupuncture while having a heart attack. It is also doubtful their will be an experienced acupuncturist available at the moment you are having one. If you are having a heart attack call 911 and take an aspirin. If you have sublingual nitroglycerin tablets take that too.
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