Heart and Vascular
What are the signs of a heart attack?
When your heart doesn’t get the oxygen it needs, shortness of breath, chest pain and dizziness can set in. Not everyone experiences warning signs of a heart attack; however, knowing the symptoms of a heart attack, especially when you’re at a high risk, will allow you to get the help you need at the first signs of heart trouble.
If you experience heart attack symptoms, the experts at Goshen Heart & Vascular Center can diagnose your symptoms and provide award-winning emergency care. If you have a high risk for having a heart attack, talk to your primary care provider about receiving a heart screening or call (877) 566-4660 for a referral.
Award-winning heart attack treatment
Our team is trained and experienced in recognizing heart attack symptoms. We're the only provider in Elkhart County that's recognized by the American College of Cardiology for providing innovative treatment for heart attacks in Goshen, IN.
Heart attack symptoms in men
Men often experience the most commonly reported heart attack symptoms, such as chest pain and shortness of breath. Other symptoms that may be present include:
- Pain that radiates down the left arm and into the jaw area
Heart attack symptoms in women
Some women experience heart attack symptoms that are unique to them. In addition to the regular symptoms, some women may be unusually fatigued or have pain in the center of their back or shoulders. Because these symptoms aren’t typical of a heart attack, it can be difficult to discern whether or not they’re a true emergency.
If you have unexplainable fatigue or other abnormal symptoms, it’s best to report these to your doctor. The earlier you receive treatment, the quicker we may be able to preserve your heart. If you have heart and vascular risk factors, call (877) 566-4660 for a referral to Goshen Heart & Vascular Center for innovative and comprehensive heart care.
Serving Elkhart County and beyond, Goshen Heart & Vascular Center provides exceptional treatment for patients with a heart attack in Goshen, IN.