Symptoms of heart attack in males

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Avatar f tn 8/17: feelling very dizzy and cold, at 11am (1h meeting from 9-10, in meeting at 11). Feeling better at about 2 (lunch 12:30) Some palps during step class. 8/18: lots of palps during 8:30-9:30 pump class. Feels like long, strong beat. 8/19: feeling palps during night. 8/22: Woke up feeling fine then heart block, uneasiness started at 7:30 (before breakfast). Morning after presentation at acs conference. 8/24: feeling mildly dizzy after got off plan in Chicago and very hungry.
Avatar f tn 30 am with symptoms of heart attack. Rapid heart rate, pain in chest, jaw, left arm and nausea. Went to ER. SVT, subsided with out intervention.
Avatar f tn I think my husband had a mild heart attack early this morning (4 a.m.?). He had all the symptoms as I looked them up. He refused me to call 911 saying he thought he was ok. By 5:30 he felt well enough to rest, and sleep until 7. At 7 he said his chest was still hurting, but it was not a heart attack. He got dressed and left for work, saying he had a busy day and could not call in sick. I am freaking out b/c everything I read says you need treatment within 24 hours.
Avatar f tn Felt like i was having a heart attack in the shower this morning and again tonight.
Avatar m tn Mine always look and feel like the classic symptoms of a heart attack.
1161697 tn?1266960610 felt anxious all day, at one point thinking I was having symptoms of a heart attack.
Avatar m tn Hello and hope you are doing well. It needs to be assessed to what extent the pumping capacity of the heart has been affected by the damaged heart muscle. This is reflected by the ejection fraction. If this is good then there is unlikely to be exercise intolerance or fatigue. The ejection fraction is a useful measure of left ventricular performance. The normal range is 63-77% for males and 55-75% for females. It reflects the pumping capacity of the heart.
967168 tn?1477584489 maybe maybe not? I know how quirky EKG/ECG machines are so I'm really hoping this time it's a false reading. My Primary found a new murmur and I've been so sick for about 5-6 months; not feeling right, more winded than normal, major headaches, different types of chest pain than before and ALOT more fainting spells even with my ICD.
Avatar n tn another panic attack ,mis afternoon.
Avatar f tn s which is pretty darned scary until i chose to have an ablation to get rid of the issues and it worked and to this day i still take an aspirin a day as a safety net even tho it was a successful procedure.
Avatar n tn Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women. However, some studies suggest that there is an increased risk of premature heart disease in South Asians, an increased risk in African-Americans, and potentially a lower risk in Hispanic Americans. I am not aware of specific data regarding Jewish males.
967168 tn?1477584489 //health.yahoo.net/caring/10-heart-attack-symptoms-you-re-most-likely-to-ignore Sudden cardiac arrest, which is often confused with a heart attack: http://suddencardiacarrest.org/content/resources/sudden_cardiac_arrest_fact_sheet.pdf http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/More/CardiacArrest/Warning-Signs-for-Cardiac-Arrest_UCM_307907_Article.jsp http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/dci/Diseases/scda/scda_causes.html Snoring, sleep problems may signal heart risk http://www.cnn.
378425 tn?1305628294 I am really worried and tired no sleep last night, My mum was life flighted out she has had a heart attack...My emotions of late have been so much of a roller coaster ride. I came on here to write and I am just so tired I cannot seem to concentrate.
17567 tn?1276202029 So, awhile back I started getting left arm pain, which is generally a wake up sound for a heart attack? Rather than ignore it and hope it goes away I actually did something about it... and went to a cardiologist. After a few tests he tells me my heart is fine but by cholesterol is very high (260) and puts me on lipitor. Cardiologists are very big on driving blood pressure and cholesterol down towards zero needless to say.
1252322 tn?1270553169 Has he been tested for mononucleosis? Has he had his heart and blood pressure checked recently? Symptom checker on this site says headache, tiredness and cough can be symptoms of mono. It also says that tiredness, cough, and dizziness can be signs of a heart attack & if the pain is in his left shoulder, I know that can be another sign of a heart attack in males. It also says •Head ache •Body ache •Cough •Dizziness •Tiredness are alls symptoms of flu and the common cold.
Avatar f tn Skinny margarita, flour tortillas, butter, queso, slight numbness and tingly feeling, attack symptoms, bit of chest tightness, heart pounding, slight left side headache
Avatar f tn Hi Cmasse, I am sorry to hear that you have been diagnosed with Costochondritis. It can be a very painful condition. Do you understand the diagnosis and why you are having the type of pain that you describe? I think that you can be more assured that your chest pain is not cardiac related due to the negative results of the EKG and blood work that I assumed looked at your cardiac enzymes. In a 25 year old MI's (Heart Attack or Myocardial Infarct) are very rare.
Avatar n tn Mom described symptoms of a heart attack, but doesn't want to go to the doctor.
Avatar f tn s history of pain is more reliable for diagnosis in men than in women aged less than 50 years. The probability of CHD in males over 55 with typical symptoms is 90%.
Avatar m tn recently I have been having these funny little episodes with my heart I get breathless then my heart does these half beats where it feels like its trying to stop then goes back to normal heart rate the doctor did say to me that it was eptopic beat but didnt explain anything to me. which as it does stresses you out even more. I feel like I am going to faint when these episodes happen. I dont drink do drugs I eat really healthy and I do smoke cigarettes which am trying to give up.
Avatar n tn Strong heart palpitations in the middle of the night for about half an hour.
Avatar f tn t get exactly that there is no way in medicine science without bypass surgery as now i m living more hectic life befr heart. attack doing walk n exercises and no hard feelings then what are the measurement for such major surgery.how i can feel that now the bypass surgery is needed.A doctor asked me that if u r living normal life den no nees of surgery bcz surgery is also for ur normal life. what can i do for myself??
1049259 tn?1295088478 Today I have racing heart, felt like it was in my throat, inability to relax/tense/ dizzzy, vomiting, short of breathe, tired. How I am trying to fix it: Focusing on other stuff other then the physical feelings I am having. how long has this gone on: the middle of December (maybe dec 16th?) How long do they last: Depends on how much I focus on it.
Avatar f tn He is on many pain medications as he has an exposed nerve in his back. We have a strong family history on my fathers side of genetic heart disease in the males of the family, as my father and all of his brothers died before the age of 60 from cardiac disease. My dad had and myocardial infarction finally. My oldest brother did inherit this and has had a 5 way bypass by the age of 54, now he's 66 and doing well.
Avatar n tn 3 out of 4 of my great grandparents died from a heart attack. My grandpa died from a heart attack at 45. All 16 of his brothers and sisters had open heart surgery. My grandma, his wife, had a heart attack and had a tripple by pass. My mothers cholesterol was 450 when she was 22. My cholesterol is 160. What can i do to decrease my odds of these things? any information will be appreciated.
Avatar m tn A nurse has heart attack and describes what women feel when having one: Please read, pay attention, and send it on!... FEMALE HEART ATTACKS I was aware that female heart attacks are different, but this is the best description I've ever read. Women rarely have the same dramatic symptoms that men have ... you know, the sudden stabbing pain in the chest, the cold sweat, grabbing the chest & dropping to the floor that we see in movies.