Jen Hummel went to visit her doctor, thinking she had Bronchitis. She soon learned it was something much worse.
by The Iowa Clinic on Thursday, February 28, 2019
Women don't experience those "typical" heart attack symptoms. What is more common is "shortness of breath, feeling weak or fatigued, pain in the neck or jaw, nausea, or even vomiting," says Dr. A. Nasser Khan, board-certified cardiologist. What might feel like a chest cold, can be much more, and thankfully one woman visited her doctor just in time.
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