Could a heart attack be in my near future? Xray shows no heart problem but continuously having chestpains?

Complete physical. You need a complete physical with ekg, blood work, and a family history. No one can predict your future health over the internet, especially with such little info to go on. All the best..

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Chest pain. Ekg, d-dimer, asa, chest xray, ESR "normal". Echo says "restrictive pattern lv diastolic fill". Anxious re risk of cad/athero & heart attack.?

Heart muscle disease. Instead of atherosclerosis, I am much more concerned about the possibility of amyloidosis, endocardial fibrosis or some other illness producing a restrictive pattern, although they are less of an immediate threat to life. Time will tell. Good luck. Read more...
More work up needed. Stress testing and ultimately cardiac cath. To rule out CAD as a cause. Read more...

I was reading on internet that viagara is the house of heart attack in few ppls I don't have any heart problem can I take half pill of 25 mg to start?

Here are some... Known to us and common sense, nothing is free and no drug is free of adverse side effects on certain people, which are unpredictable by any medical professionals; so, always use a drug with care and responsibility. The only surest way to avoid adverse effect from a drug is not use it. But most initial question is why you need to use a Viagra (sildenafil) or just to push your reasonable sex ability beyond limit. Read more...

Can smoking cause a sudden heart attack if 41 female with no heart problem?

Sudden Heart Attack. I believe we have tried to answer your question before but seems like you are looking for a reason to continue smoking. If you continue smoking, you are raising your risk for heart attack. Nearly all heart attacks are "sudden". We cant predict when and if it will happen, but everyday you smoke, you increase your risk. You already have high BP, you can't afford to continue smoking at 41. Read more...
Of course. Sudden cardiac death is an unexpected death caused by loss of heart function. It is the leading cause of heart-related deaths around the world. According to a a recent study, smoking may double a woman’s risk of sudden cardiac death. At the same time quitting can reduce that risk significantly over time. Time to quit! Read more...

Is it possible to have an undiagnosed, serious heart problem for over a year with no heart attack/stroke/etc?

Yes. If you think you are having a cardiac issue which is undiagnosed, go see your doctor asap . Read more...
Anxiety. No. That would be very much an unlikely scenario. What are your symptoms? What prompts such an important question? Read more...
Anything is possible. If you have symptoms that make you worried about your heart, please see your family doctor for an evaluation. An ekg and electrocardiogram are two non-invasive tests which can provide a great deal of information. Read more...
Heart problems. At age 24, rheumatic heart disease and congenital heart diseases can exist without causing symptoms. Most acquired forms of heart disease are rare in the U.S. In your age group. The fact that you are taking a prescription thyroid medicine means you have been seen by a physician within the past year or two. Unless you are diabetic with a family history of heart attacks early in life, all's well. Read more...
Anything is possible. There can be serious underlying heart disease in a person, without yet being diagnosed, that would not necessarily cause a hear attack or stroke. Why are you concerned? If you feel you need a heart evaluation for some reason, such as family history, atypical chest pains, etc. Than ask your pcp to give you a good eval and heart check up. Read more...

What would experts say about age range for having a heart problem that lead to a heart attack?

Any age. Usually from 30 to any age. Many autopsy studies have shown incidence of coronary artery disease as early as 18 years. People with hereditary risk factors and high cholesterol and smoker it can occur prematurely. Read more...
Variable. There are rare problems in children. Most after 45 some in young adults with smoking, diabetes, obesity, bad behavior- Cocaine etc. After that anytime up to 100. Read more...

Can anxiety give you a heart attack or heart problem? I can't exercise because I get shaky, weak short of breath during and fear it's my heart.

Anxiety & the heart. Anxiety is the feeling that derives from your brain detecting danger and causing you to fight and flee.That will cause your heart rate to increase, blood pressure to rise, and breathing to become more rapid and shallow (among other things). The symptoms become a new danger as you fear a heart problem.Rarely it will cause that and almost never at your age.Focus on the cause of anxiety not symptoms. Read more...
Anxiety & heart. I agree with dr. Glassman's explanations. If you've had a good evaluation with your primary care doctor, you know your physiology is in relatively good shape. However, deconditioning will leave you breathless, etc when working out -- at least at the beginning. You could see a psychologist for cognitive behavioral therapy, so that you can gradually and successfully increase healthy exercise. Read more...