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Here some of the symptoms-- chest pain, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and flu-like symptoms. If you have these symptoms and call your doctor, you'll have a five times higher chance of living through cardiac arrest.
So listen to your heart. For WebMD, I'm Dr. Arefa Cassoobhoy.