5 Critical Times You Need To Go To The ER

You feel a dull ache in your chest and are unusually short of breath

Think About: Heart Attack

It may not necessarily be a heart attack, but if it is, your visit to the ER would save your life. Signs are much more subtle in women than men, so watch out for uncomfortable pressure in your chest, nausea, dizziness and discomfort in one or both arms. Shortness of breath and pain in the back are other symptoms too.

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