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Could I have had a heart attack? A few weeks ago I felt nauseous, dizzy and my heart rate was fast. I had chest pain. Upon standing my legs were weak.

Could be heart. Remember a heart attack is an occlusion of a coronary artery and doesn't mean cardiac arrest. If you develop sudden crushing chest pain not relieved with rest you may be having a heart attack. Seek urgent medical attention. Chest pain associated with activity could be angina and you should be checked out. Read more...

Male, 45, sudden chest pain, fairly faint but sort of uncomfortable. Dad had heart attack at 74. Youngest child out of 6. No other siblings w/ issues?

Chest pain ? Serious. Any chest pain should be paid attention to. Cardiac pain in men usually includes some nausea, sweatiness, and numb or tingling feelings into your neck, teeth or left arm. But, if the pain continues or worsens it is wise to get to the doctor or er. Read more...
Get seen! . Any chest pain, especially if it is not expected or ordinary (like after you bump your chest or something), needs to be evaluated right away. There could be a number of things wrong. Don't delay. Read more...