Heart attack symptoms tired

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Avatar n tn The next day his chest and arm was very sore and he was very tired. Is this symptoms of a heart attack? I made him a Doctors appointment but he cancelled it. He doesn't believe it was anything to really worry about. He said..... it's just stress. I'm worried!!!!!! Heart disease runs in his family.
Avatar f tn I should clarify my earlier statement: a true heart attack doesn't just go away but the symptoms can ease off and go away.
Avatar f tn s also common to feel more weak and tired after a heart attack, and you should be enrolled in cardiac rehab (basically a supervised exercise regimen) for a few weeks to months after a heart attack to help get you back on your feet. Call your primary doctor or cardiologist and see if you can get plugged into this. And if you are experiencing depression, you should certainly talk to a doctor about it, and possibly even start a medication or therapy for that.
Avatar f tn This week I ended up in the ER with symptoms similar to heart attack,including nausea and vomitting and a low grade temp. ekg showed no signs of heart trouble. Lots of blood was taken, including blood cultures, all normal. Please Help!!
Avatar n tn Does this sound like heart attack symptoms? I have been put on a prescription for beta blocker and given nitro spray, had an ecg, chest xray and blood tests but still waiting for results.
Avatar n tn My mother died at age 66 of a massive heart attack. Is it possible that this episode is a symptom of heart disease or a pre curser to a heart attack? I should also mention that during rest I felt fine. When I was up moving around or moving my left arm is when I felt the pain. Also during the beginning of the attack it was very hard to take a deep breath. This would make the pain worse. If this was a heart attack or a symptom of one what steps should I take now that I am feeling ok?
Avatar n tn s been unusualy tired, heart burn but his blood pressure is 124/83, which he says is high for him. His Dad had a heart attack during end stage of cancer. My husband is 43, under a lot of work related stress and is loath to seek medical help. What should I encourage him to do? How serious could this be?
200220 tn?1361951554 Studies have shown that taking statins to lower cholesterol levels have little impact on whether or not one will have a heart attack. In other words, even though they may lower cholesterol levels, they won't keep you from having a heart attack. I had a doctor that insisted that I take Crestor and I refused it, because I know hypothyroidism causes high cholesterol. My belief was that once I got my thyroid hormones under control, my cholesterol would come down. I was partially right......
Avatar f tn my grandmother,my father,all of his brothers died of heart attack or heart failure...there is also diabeties in my family history...not going to worry about that now but i do have low blood pressure it went down to 105/58..had it took today 100/60 i am on depression medicine that might be why....
Avatar m tn I am 42 and had a heart attack and five stents placed this past march. would someone please tell me what all this means? Im on 5 different meds they keep uping the lisinopril and lasix. I feel like crap! just to do normal everyday things is exhausting I have shortness of breath, heart palpitations or they call it angina, dizzy spells weakness in my legs and arms and being in the heat makes everthing worse. will it get better? M Mode Diastole Systole LVID 5.55 cm (4.0 - 5.8 cm) 3.88 cm (2.
Avatar m tn I'm not a doctor, but I understand people can be having a heart attack and still have a normal or near normal blood pressure. Heart attacks in women don't always include the same/typical symptoms as they do in men. Also, it's fairly common in women that symptoms of a heart attack come and go--so just because the clear up doesn't mean you're not having a heart attack. Better safe than sorry, right? I would seek medical attention immediately. First, take a 325 mg.
1481758 tn?1287638643 If you had the symptoms in ER, they would have done an ECG as one of the first tests, this is routine. An ECG isn't the most accurate diagnostic tool, but it would certainly show a heart attack occurring.
Avatar f tn I am a 47 year old female, family history of heart attack. I have been on bp meds for 5 years. I have not been feeling well for a few months. My BP fluctuates - it is better after taking my bp med Lysoprine. Last night I had a spell and my legs were shaky, clammy, sweaty, and nauseous. then I yawned uncontrollably for 10-15 minutes. My neck became sore and stiff. The feeling passed, but a Blood pressure check a couple of hours later revealed 180/109. I checked it 3 times.
Avatar f tn Yes, it is possible to have had a silent heart attack. Symptoms would be shortness of breath, chest pains, etc. These symptoms would be the result of a low cardiac output caused by impaired and damaged heart walls because of the heart attack. I had a silent heart attack about 7 years ago. You shouldn't be overly concerned about the results of an EKG. Thanks for sharing your experience, and if you have any followup questions, you are welcome to ask. Take care.
Avatar n tn My uncle had a heart attack and the 2D Echo test has show EF as 18%. What does this mean? how criticical is the stage.
Avatar n tn Whether exercise will help a patient who is recovering from an ischemic heart attack(without having adverse effect on weak heart)?" In my case, and this is what you have also mentioned in your above reply, I had been gradually developing my walking capacity post MI(ischemic heart attack) in auagust 2007 and reached a level of 1.5 milesx2 daily(35minutesx2) by December 2007. I am on betablockers, ACE-I and other blood thinning and cholostrol control drugs.
Avatar n tn t realize they have a heart problem until there is a heart attack. And sometimes there is a silent heart attack. Like Flycaster I had a silent heart attack about 6 years ago, and my first symptoms were congested heart failure (dry cough when lying down (pulmonary edema), shortness of breath, fast heart rate, etc. I'm referencing ischemic heart attack.
994817 tn?1249738278 Some people confuse heart attack with symptoms of an MI (myocardial infarction). Infarction means heart muscle damage. An infarct is an area of necrotic (dead) cells in heart tissues. An MI (heart attack) can not go on very long without cardiac arrest. Symptoms can go on and off, etc. for a very long time or can result quickly to a heart attack (MI). If you are have heart related heart pains (angina), that condition can slowly or quickly damage heart cells.
Avatar f tn Recently had a EKG (actually two) and it suggested a prior mild heart attack. I am scheduled by my cardiologist for a nuclear stress test. I was questioned about any chest pains and could remember none. However, I do remember that my dentist a number of yrs. ago, injected novocaine and I had a terrible reaction, shakiness , flushed and having a difficult time breathing. The doctor said sometime the injection will go straight into my blood system and cause this .