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Could you have a heart attack and not know it?
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Julie Corliss, Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter
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I was just informed that I have an enlarged heart. I have spent the last three months going to a GI because my symptoms represented as extreme gas, constipation, bloating. Shortnes’s of breath and fatigue. I believe now that I had a heart attack and did not know. How often does a heart attack lead to Congestive heart failure? Getting cathiterized next week.
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