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|A few days ago i had this pain in my heart. It felt like someone was stabbing it when i laughed/cried/sneezed or took deep breaths and sometimes it felt like it was doing flips. It hurt all day and ...
| I have heart pain during deep breath?
|a few week later i had heart pain when i take deep breath and i consulted a doctor(homeopathy) he checked with Stethoscope and said i had palpitations and gave some tablets. But now i m having pain ...
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|I never new my mum or her side of the family when i was growning up and after finding them i found out my sister has heart problems and she just told me today my mum has found out she has something ...
| is 140/90 super high for blood pressure.. (more details inside)?
|i was at the doctors yesterday and when they took my blood pressure they said it was 140/90. i asked her if that was good and she said it was high.
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| A friend's husband is going to the hospital tomorrow for a heart procedure.?
|The doctor intends to install a stent, but depending on what he finds, might have to do open heart surgery. These are all the details I have. I am just wondering if this is NORMAL? We live in an ...
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