My heart feels like it stopped. what it could be ?
my heart feels like it stopped or its doing something because i cant breath for a second then it beats fast ? i really want to know what is wrong with my heart am so worried please give me ome knind of answer of what it could be
Honestly, you should see a doctor ASAP. It could be something very serious.
I think you are using very bad personal judgement for relying on Yahoo Answers to diagnose a heart problem.
Seek professional medical advise ASAP.
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