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Patients Heart attack / Infarction

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Member Carenity • Community manager
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Aspirin is recommended to be immediately taken when experiencing signs and symptoms of a possible pending heart attack. According to Harvard Health, a dose of an additional 325 mg of aspirin is needed quickly (in addition to the daily aspirin dose for heart attack prevention), should be chewed for quicker digestion, and should not be enteric-coated as this will cause the aspirin to act slowly.

How about you?

Did you take an aspirin upon experiencing heart attack warning signs and symptoms? Did you chew it or swallow it? Was it beneficial? 

Beginning of the discussion - 5/27/19

Aspirin immediately upon experiencing Heart Attack warning signs?
Member Carenity
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I did not; I was 46... completely unprepared without any true knowledge of what a heart attack was or the symptoms I would expect. I just became dizzy and severely light headed... like I could pass out at any moment, I then felt chest pain and next thing that I clearly remember is I was in the back of an ambulance.