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Offline LilJenny45

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Re: Fear of sudden cardiac arrest plagues my life
« Reply #15 on: April 10, 2014, 09:22:50 PM »
Ted, what type of surgery did you have? Was it an issue of undiagnosed heart disease or was it an electrical/heart rhythm issue?
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Re: Fear of sudden cardiac arrest plagues my life
« Reply #16 on: April 11, 2014, 06:10:52 AM »
Studies show that while running is good for your heart, too much of it actually raises your odds of having a heart attack so before everyone freaks out that a marathon runner had a heart issues keep in mind that there are tons of things which need to be looked at for every individual before you can know the causes
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Re: Fear of sudden cardiac arrest plagues my life
« Reply #17 on: April 11, 2014, 09:01:24 AM »
First I would like to start by saying I am glad you are ok and everything worked out. But really what I wanted to address is the fact that although we all know heart issues are and always will be a real deal thing that most people who have gotten the ok by a doctor will not and should not be worried about it. If I could only tell you how many times I ALMOST had a heart attack. I have never had one and many visits to the ER always had proven me wrong. I just now while writing this had a real bad pain in my chest and left arm was hurting a bit and slightly numb. I waited and after a few minutes it passed and now no pain and all is well again. I go through these VERY real pains daily. and I am giving it all up to anxiety related issues. had an EKG chest Xray and blood work done two weeks ago and was told I was AOK got a script for vistaril for anxiety and was sent home. Have had these same problems all day every day since. So for one I had a clean bill of health and pretty sure if it was something serous something would have happened by now. So not every pain is a bad pain. sometimes its just good old growing pains. that just happen to be around your chest and make you think you have a fatal heart condition lol. Stay strong each of you.
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