Do you have any history of heart disease?
How are you feeling now 2 hours since you woke up.
(i'm assuming not well since you came here to talk about this)
still feeling shakey. no chest pains.
Has this ever happened to you?
Any other health problems such as diabetes?
yes 1985.in and out of hospital 4 times. suspect heart attack-NO. Angina- NO. No
Any shortness of breath right now? Any pain in your legs or arms?
And what medications do you take
suffer type2 diabetis and tremors
No to both.
Ok, diabetics are one patient population that presents with heart attacks without the complete set of "typical" symptoms such as chest pain and arm pain. They are quite likely to present with sweating, tiredness, nausea etc.
Given your age and history of suspected heart troubles, and diabetes you should be taken to the ER as soon as you are able to go and be evaluated
When it comes to heart attacks time is of the essence because once you pass certain timepoints since the onset of symptoms certain treatments are no longer available to you.
Aspri. Metformin.Beta Blocker 1/2
I'd suggest taking an aspirin and chewing it in your mouth and then swallowing it - if you have baby aspirin at home you can take 4 of those or one regular aspirin. And get on your way to the hospital
So chew that 325mg of aspirin and swallow down the chewed tablet/s with a full glass of water.
That is one of the best things you can do early on by yourself on the way to seeking medical attention.
Please find a way to get to the ER and take the aspirin as I described.
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