Heart attack urgent please read

Does anyone know the signs of a heart attack and if someone possibly had a heart attack last night would he be ok right now

Answer #1

No…absolutely NOT…Whoever it is, you MUST INSIST that they get to a Dr. right away…heart damage can occur, that a person might not “feel” at the moment…but would be their death warrent down the road…



Answer #2

After an electrocardiogram at his annual physical my older brother’s doctor informed him that he had a heart attack.

It was news to my brother. His doc told him that sometime people sleep right through their heart attacks and have no idea.

If you have any suspicion that someone you know nay have had a heart attack or any medical problem than advise them to see a doctor.

Answer #3

Knowing the early warning signs of heart attack is critical for prompt recognition and treatment. Many heart attacks start slowly, unlike the dramatic portrayal often seen in the movies. A person experiencing a heart attack may not even be sure of what is happening. Heart attack symptoms vary among individuals, and even a person who has had a previous heart attack may have different symptoms in a subsequent heart attack. Although chest pain or pressure is the most common symptom of a heart attack, heart attack victims may experience a diversity of symptoms that include:

Pain, fullness, and/or squeezing sensation of the chest Jaw pain, toothache, headache Shortness of breath Nausea, vomiting, and/or general epigastric (upper middle abdomen) discomfort Sweating Heartburn and/or indigestion Arm pain (more commonly the left arm, but may be either arm) Upper back pain General malaise (vague feeling of illness) No symptoms (Approximately one quarter of all heart attacks are silent, without chest pain or new symptoms. Silent heart attacks are especially common among patients with diabetes mellitus) Even though the symptoms of a heart attack at times can be vague and mild, it is important to remember that heart attacks producing no symptoms or only mild symptoms can be just as serious and life-threatening as heart attacks that cause severe chest pain.

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