What is the sign of a heart attack for men?

Many, or none. Heart attack symptoms include chest pain, arm pain, neck pain, jaw pain, sweating, shortness of breath, "heartburn" or abdominal pain, dizziness, lightheadedness or no symptoms. Call 9-1-1 if you experience these symptoms.
Variable. Chest pain, shortness of breath, upper abdominal pain and nausea, upper back pain, arm pain, neck and jaw pain, sweating profusely, uncommon fatigue, feeling of doom and sever anxiety are some of the symptoms.

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What are the signs when you get a heart attack in men?

Variable. Symptoms: chest and neck and left arm pain can all occur elephant sitting on your chest shortness of breath fatigue anxiety fear some are asymptomatic signs: cold clammy low pulse rate, or fast irregular sudden death, . Read more...

What can cause a heart attack in men?

See below. All the classical risk factors which include smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, family history and if you have the above, a heart attack may be precipitated by stress including drugs, excessive drinking and sex, and many more. Live healthy and good luck! Read more...
Heart attack. Is caused by a clot forming in a heart artery and blocking flow of blood to the heart muscle. It can be triggered by any kind of physical, psychologic or chemical(smoke)stress. The causes in women are the same. We think a fatty plaque in the blood vessel cracks and a clot forms at that spot. Read more...

What are the symptoms of heart attack in young men?

The same. Anything between the belly button-mouth, front or back, including neck, shoulders, and arms + belching, "indigestion", sweating, ache/pressure including et cetera can be heart disease in the young or older patient. In diabetics and hypertensive heart symptoms can be "the flu", unusual fatigue, or nothing! Read more...
Probably same. Probably same symptoms as those seen in older men or in women. Read more...

Are the symptoms of heart attack different in men versus women?

Yes. Women often present with atypical symptoms such as fatigue, r weakness, nausea, and not the classic symptoms of chest pain / tightness or shortness of breath. Arm pain etc. It is important to seek medical attention for these type of symptoms. Read more...
Sometimes. Some women have symptoms that are more subtle or are somewhat different than those in men ... Read more...

In what ways can heart attack symptoms differ between men and women?

Similar. Anterior crushing pressure with arm extension- radiation. Angina= neck pain or "feeling" impending doom! anxiety shortness of breath diaphoresis ='sweaty clammy nothing- ladies dismiss any symptoms. Read more...

Is sexual activity dangerous for people with heart disease? You always hear stories about men who die of a heart attack during sex. I am lucky enough to have a pretty active sex life for a 60-year-old, but does my heart disease mean I should slow it down?

Sexual . Sexual activity is exercise, which we often instruct our patients to do. As long as you do not have chest pain or marked shortness of breath, there is no prohibition to sexual activity. If exercise (including sex) causes these symptoms you should see your physician to assess this. Of note, do not take viagra (sildenafil) or similar erectile dysfunction (ed) medications if you are taking nitrates, and never take Nitroglycerin for chest pain if you have used these ed medicines within the previous 48 hours. Read more...
Heart disease. Unfortunately it depends on what type of heart disease you have. Consult your cardiologist. Good luck. Read more...

Saw in the news today that testosterone supplements for men can/do increase heart attack chances by 25%--should I worry about using andro gel?

Yes. There is an accompanying editorial by dr. Steve nissan (chief of cardiology @ cleveland clinic) with the original article which was reported in the annals of internal medicine. An earlier study showed reduced risk. Both were retrospective studies. The issue is unsettled and must await a prospective trial - it may be yrs away. Use the AndroGel only if you feel much better with it! there may b risk. Read more...
Androgel. You don't get heart attacks directly from androgel. You get them from having cholesterol plaques or diabetic changes in blood vessels of your heart (coronaries). If you have strong family history, sedentary lifestyle (no exercise), smoking history, elevated cholesterol etc, you'd be better off checking with your doctor to ensure what's your risk of heart attacks before starting androgel. Read more...