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Signs of Heart Attacks in Women

Discussion in 'Cardiology & Blood Pressure Issues' started by Searching_for_God, Mar 26, 2019.

  1. Searching_for_God

    Searching_for_God Wannabe Catholic Supporter

    United States
    Lately I've been feeling a few pains on the left side of my chest. They're not very profound or anything, but like I always do, I typed that symptom into the search bar and it suggested that I could be experiencing a heart attack. I doubt that I am, honestly, but while I was looking at the symptoms of a heart attack, I realized that heart attacks have some of the same general symptoms for men and women, and yet there are still other signs that go unnoticed by women in particular. So, today, I thought I would share with you all some of the signs of a heart attack that are prominent in women. You know, just so you'd be aware.

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  2. Stabat

    Stabat Stat Crux, dum volvitur orbis Supporter

    Traditional. Cath.
    Typically women's symptoms are more diffuse than mens. Feeling under the weather and just sick is often reported to be the only symptoms the victims experienced in the hours leading up to the heart attack. Unfortunately this makes women's cardiac arrests etc far more difficult to discover and diagnose in an early stage than mens :(
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  3. FireDragon76

    FireDragon76 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Pains on the side of your chest could be alot of things. It's always worth having it looked at, anyways.
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  4. timewerx

    timewerx the village i--o--t--

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    Could be "Angina" or other Lung problem.
  5. Dave-W

    Dave-W Welcoming grandchild #7, Arturus Waggoner! Supporter

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    Angina is not a lung problem. It is pain from blockages in coronary arteries.

    To the OP: yes - PLEASE get checked out by a cardiologist. As it has been said the symptoms of heart disease are not as clear in women so it frequently goes unnoticed and untreated.

    "For generations, heart disease has been our number one killer, striking women of every age, color and culture," says Hudson in the commercial. "Heart disease claims one woman every minute, killing more women than men, and more women than all cancers combined. I don't know about you but I intend to stay alive. Fight the lady killer."​


    Heart Disease Kills More Women Than Men

    Heart disease kills more women than breast cancer

    Heart disease kills more women than breast cancer
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  6. Stellar Vision

    Stellar Vision Regular Member

    This is a useful video that explains how blood flow to the heart can quickly improve by basically eating whole plant foods, and nothing but whole... plant... foods.

    The problem is people don't want to even think about trying it because their tastebuds have been acclimated to overly salty, fatty, and sweet foods.