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What pain is caused by a heart attack?


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2009-06-26 15:20:55
2009-06-26 15:20:55

people being stabbed or Asthma or something terrible happens like some one in ur family dies ull be in shock and have a heart attack or if ur worst nightmare comes true

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Vomiting will not necessarily relieve the pain caused by a heart attack. The best thing to do if you suspect of having a heart attack is to take an aspirin and call emergency services (911 in USA, 999 in the UK).

Chest wall pain is pain that is originated in the muscles and bones of the chest wall. It is not caused by your heart but is often mistaken for pains related to a heart attack.

If you have any type of chest pains, you should seek medical attention. This type of pain could be caused by anything, including a heart attack.

Chest pain after a heart attack or during a heart attck is caused by constriction of the blood vessels. Your heart needs blood to survive and when the vessels constrict, it limits bloodflow to your heart. This causes intense pain--that is why you are given nitroglycerin tablets. Nitro opens the vessels.

Yes, pain in the left arm CAN be a signal of heart attack.

First off, the most common sign of a heart attack is chest pain. Many people who have suffered from heart attack almost always feel chest pain or a tightening of the chest during the onset of an attack. In the event that you feel chest pain, it is important for you to get in contact with a doctor immediately. While heart attack pain is often intense there are cases when the pain is mild and tolerable. However no matter how subtle the pain may be, it could be a symptom of a heart attack.

you will tell its a heart attack when a person has trouble breathingWhat kind of pain and symptoms, signs, of a heart attack?

A stroke can not cause a heart attack. They both are similar. The stroke is caused by problems in the brain. Heart attacks are caused by clots or problems with the heart.

Back pain is proably not a heart attack. Symptoms of a heart attack are chest pain usually radiating to the neck or left shoulder, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, palpitatins, sweating and anxiety.

In a heart attack, time is heart muscle. The longer a heart attack continues on without treatment, the more damage is done to the heart. Chest pain is common in all heart attacks, but the most telltale sign of heart attack is not a sharp pain, but dull, squeezing pain across the chest. Radiation of the pain to the jaw or left arm is common as well. Other signs of a heart attack include nausea, vomiting, profuse sweating and a change in one's normal behavior or mental status.

No, it's another name for "chest pain". Chest pain is associated with having a heart-attack, but can also just occur by itself (without a heart-attack).

Anyone can suffer from a heart attack and it could only be minutes for the heart attack to kick in.

It is possible for left arm pain to be caused from straining the muscles of the arm, pending heart attack, or it can also be caused from indigestion. Yes indigestion can mimmick a heart attack, however, that is something not to take lightly. Try taking an antacid. If it goes away, good. If not you should see a healthcare professional immediately.

Symptoms of a heart attack usually include chest pain, left arm pain, excessive sweating, dizziness, and shortness of breath.

Columbus contracted malaria, which weakened him and ultimately caused the heart attack.


The technetium heart scan is used to evaluate the heart after a heart attack. It can confirm that a patient had a heart attack when the symptoms and pain usually associated with a heart attack were not present; identify the size and location.

pain,sweating,difficulty breathing

that's called a heart attack...

An Angina is when you have extreme chest pain it is related to a probable heart attack. and a heart attack is when the heart looses its ability to circulate blood because of blocked artery or vein.

No, a fever is not usually a sign of a heart attack. Common heart attack signs and symptoms are: chest pain; pain that radiates to jaw, arms, neck, or back; sweating; nausea; vomiting; shortness of breath; fatigue; dizziness or lightheadedness.

The signs of a heart attack are the same in men as in women. You can have sweating, trouble breathing pain in the chest, pain in the arm or pain even in the jaw. You will also feel like something is sitting on your chest.

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