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Rare.: Stroke risk is about 1/5000 for those under 45 with most of the risk borne by those with congenital or acquired problems of the heart, blood, or serious inflammatory disease, metabolic disorders, or drug ingestion. If you have none of these your risk is substantially lower. ...Read more
Myocardial Infarction means some of the heart muscle dies because of insufficient oxygen supply. Most often this occurs because the coronary artery is blocked by plaque & clot. Other causes include tears in the artery wall, extremely high oxygen demand (eg, rapid arrhythmia, heart valve disorder, or severe systemic illness.) Prompt treatment can minimize heart damage & ...Read more
What happens if someone had a heart attack during s*x could the other person be charged with necrophilia?
Insane in Texas:
Hi. They're insane in Texas, so who knows? I know there are normal people in Texas, but they never make it in the news! ;-)
In normal states, that would NEVER happen. But with your politicians, we outsiders EXPECT insane! ...Read more
My chest tightened up real bad and stayed that way for a few minutes. Did I have a heart attack ? P.S. I was doing drugs:p
Possibly.: Drugs have definitely been known to cause heart attacks. My advice: get your heart checked and get help in a serious attempt to stop using drugs. ...Read more
Does angina usually follow a heart attack? I'm a male in his 40's who had a mild heart attack a few months ago. Ever since I have been having frequent to infrequent angina attacks. Is this normal following a mild heart attack?
Check with your doc asap.
This is not normal. You are at risk of getting another heart attack. ...Read more
Reopen coronary: The only way to stop a heart attack is by reopening the affected coronary. The coronary can be reopened by a percutaneous coronary intervention, thrombolysis or by coronary bypass surgery. For an acute event pci and thrombolysis the quickest life saving procedure. ...Read more
Had lexiscan for s.Test how long does lexiscan stay in the body? Would I have had a serious side effect by now? Can it cause a future heart attack?
Lexiscan: Lexiscan is a pretty short acting agent and by an hour after administration is pretty much gone. It isn't going to cause a future heart attack. ...Read more
good personal habits
monitor blood pressure
check cholesterol and general physical features
know your family history
the atherosclerosis is established over time and deposits and gets to the critical stage and clots, or the plaque disrupts like a trap door causing acute blockage and threatened or damaged heart muscle. ...Read more
Sudden blockage: Heart attack occurs when there is a mismatch between amount of oxygen the heart needs and amount it can get through the blood vessels. A sudden blockage can occur when cholesterol deposits in the arteries break off and expose tissue that causes clots to form. That is a heart attack. The degree of damage is related to the area supplied by the occluded vessel, the specific location and duration. ...Read more
Uncommon in young: It's rather rare to have heart attacks in people less than 40. The most important thing to do is to take care of yourself, to prevent problems when you get older. That means eating healthy, exercising, getting sleeps and taking medications, if needed and prescribed by your doctor. Learn about heart attack symptoms, just in case. Speak with your doctor about your concerns. Take care. ...Read more
Not unheard of: Its rare - but we should distinguish between a true heart attack - blocked artery - and sudden cardiac death (usually cause by a problem with the heart electrical system). While some rare chronic conditions can produce a heart attack in a 19 year old like autoimmune disease or cholesterol disorders these are all rare - problems with the conduction/electrical system are more common at this age. ...Read more
See below: The classic symptom of crushing chest pain does is not the most frequent presentation. Frequent symptoms include chest pressure, shortness of breath with unexplained sweating , nausea/vomiting, jaw or arm pain left and or right and even pain/discomfort radiating to the teeth. See your doctor. ...Read more
Heart Attack: If you even have the slightest suspicion that you've had a heart attack, or are having the symptoms now, don't wait--call your doctor or 911 now, or go to an emergency room or instacare. Chest pain/discomfort, difficulty breathing, shoulder and arm pain, abdominal problems, jaw or neck pain, dizziness and fainting, weakness, cold, sweaty skin, feelings of doom, changes in heart rhythm, pale skin. ...Read more
Heart attack: Tell me WhatsApp symptômes do you havé. Chest pain, were ?in thé mis chest, L shoulder, L arm, thé yow, how us the heart rhythmique, régularité irrégularités .what you thons thaï you may havé an MI. I havé seen MIs éventuel in younger patients. Do you ample, drink alcool. You Will réduire à cardiolgist, havé à lipid profile . ...Read more
Variable: The classic symptoms of a heart attack are crushing pain in the middle of the chest, sometimes accompanied by sweats, nausea, shortness of breath, & pain radiating into the left jaw or arm. But the most common symptom of heart disease in women is fatigue, and you can have a heart attack with no symptoms whatsoever. ...Read more
Classic symptoms: You will recognize it only if you have the classic symptoms of chest heaviness like an elephant on chest, cold sweats, shortness of breath, radiating pain to jaw or left arm. There are so many variations from severe symptoms to none and only the classic ones are easy to recognize, fortunately is more common. ...Read more