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A 32-year-old mother, who was given only a 10 percent chance to survive, ” she said, pleading for her mother not for her to die after she suffered three heart attacks in just one week. Rose Murphy, from Kent, England, has suffered from spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), and while they’re at the gym, two years ago, according to SWNS.
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SCAD is diagnosed when a crack occurs in one of the walls of the three layers, allowing the blood to pass through the inner layer and can be caught in the ardennes, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). The cause is still unclear, but the SCAD is often strikes otherwise healthy, women who have few or no risk factors for heart disease, such as in the case of the House, and she describes herself as healthy and active.
In the house, said she was given only a 10 percent chance of survival, and had to say goodbye to her family.
In most cases, the patients have not been diagnosed with SCAD after suffering a heart attack, which can lead to chest pain or pressure, shortness of breath, excessive sweating, and dizziness. For the House, ” she said of her early symptoms was feeling like a major stitch in my chest,” and that she had mistaken for an asthma attack or be a symptom of an overdo it at the gym.
“I’m a healthy person, and I am, in my condition, so it was a huge shock to have a heart attack on the 30th,” she told SWNS.
She was rushed to a hospital in London, where she was diagnosed with SCAD, and then suffered a second heart attack, which is just a few days after it was released. She was transferred to a bigger hospital, where the doctors planned to insert a stent, but, instead, it was discovered that her left anterior descending artery was ruptured, and she suffered a third heart attack, before they can be transferred to a specialized hospital, SWNS reported.
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“I don’t know what the hell was going on,” she told the news outlet. “I’ve never had pain like it it was just mental.”
In the house, who had given birth just a few months prior to her three strokes, she said, as she said her farewell to her family in case she did not survive the transfer.
After coming back from the brink of death, and she wants other women to be more aware of their cardiovascular health, and to keep an eye on any possible symptoms.
“The dangers of a SCAD you really need to know,” she told SWNS. “Young, healthy women are dying from it, but it still is checked, you can save it. I hope that in five years everyone will know about it.”
Months after the ordeal, the House was still a hassle to have to walk for 15 minutes every day.
“Thirty percent of all SCAD patients have recently had a child,” said Dr. Kathy Magliato, a cardiothoracic surgeon and director of Women’s Cardiac Services at St. John’s Health Center, who is also chairman of the Greater Los Angeles and the American Heart Association. “If we look at the men after extreme exertion, such as isometric exercises.”
She added that about “80 percent” of the SCAD patients are young, healthy, and active. Usually, the treatment for SCAD patients is focused on a conservative approach, with its emphasis on blood pressure control, such as the placement of a stent can lead to a high risk of complications.
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Doctors in the diagnosis of SCAD in patients who suspect that they are experiencing symptoms of a number of different scans, according to the AHA.