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American Heart Association
As much as three or four years before the disease would otherwise be detected distinguishes what:
In this case, the cause will not be immediately distinguishable. If you or your partner has problems getting or maintaining an erection, that's reason enough to visit your doctor to investigate cardiovascular disease as the underlying cause.
"Today, any patient who comes in with ED is considered a cardiovascular patient until proven otherwise, "Goldstein says.
3. Dizziness, fainting, or shortness of breath
More than 40 percent of women in a study published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, reported having experienced shortness of breath in the days before a heart attack.
You may feel you cannot breathe, or you may feel dizzy or faint, as you would at high altitude.
If you cannot catch your breath while walking, cleaning, weeding the garden, or doing other activities that previously caused you no problem this is a reason to be on alert. Why it happens:
Not getting enough blood through the arteries to carry sufficient oxygen to the heart.
Cardiac muscle pain of angina may also make it hurt and draw a deep breath.
Coronary artery disease (DAC), in which plaque builds up and blocks the arteries that feed the heart, prevents the heart from getting enough oxygen. A sudden feeling of not being able to take a deep breath is often the first sign of angina, a type pain of cardiac muscle. What distinguishes
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