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My Mom Found Out She Had A Heart Attack And Didnt Even Know It Is This Common
Yes: Some people have silent heart attacks, which are usually small ones and which usually occur in patients with nerve problems, like diabetic neuropathy, or are taking pain medications ... Or else, she felt the symptoms but did not think she was having a heart attack, which can happen in women who sometimes have atypical chest pains ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mom had a heart attack last jan. She also had an ireg heartbeat last wek and we confined in the hospital. How to avoid ireg heartbeat?. Pls help
Is heart disease genetic? My mom had a heart attack last year at age 62. She's doing ok, but now I am worried that I am more likely to get heart disease, too.
Historically : Historically what we know about heart disease risk came from data obtained through the framingham heart study (see link below) and it was typically felt that a family history of premature heart disease before the age of 55-60 conferred increased risk. Follow up studies have suggested that any family history in first degree relatives likely increases your risk. This is but one of several risk factors however and your personal factors such as age, gender, smoking history, cholesterol, blood pressure, and diabetes also play significant, and probably greater roles. You can't change your genetics, age, or gender but you certainly can change the other modifiable risk factors. ...Read more
Last night my mom had a heart attack she couldn't talk breath or hardly move she felt a rock on her chest this morning she still feel pain help please?
Your mom needs to be: In the hospital, if she is not there please get her to the emergency room. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My mom recently had a heart attack and cardiac arrest and was revived. The doctor said she had an old heart. What does this mean? Can it strengthen?
What can I do if my mom was experiencing symptoms of heart attack, three times, what should she do?
No: Unless she suffered an anaphyllactic reaction, the underlying reason for which Cipro (ciprofloxacin) was given could be a triggering factor. Heart attacks are caused by acute coronary artery occlusions secondary to plaque rupture and subsequent thrombosis. Blood can not reach a part of the heart and the part starts dying. If there was a life threatening infection, like pneumonia, in the presenceofcoronarydisease. ...Read more
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