Do I enjoy a heart disease?

So I am freaking experiencing NOW a chest pain. And a very mild arm pain and d¨Ścolletage pain and I also sweats easily. I am planning to leave it until tomorrow and if the agony never goes away, I'll be going to the hospital.
have a heart disease?
is it okay if I leave it until tomorrow 'coz not a soul will be sending me to the hospital.
Answers:    I hope you have already gone to the hospital but if you are still online and reading this here are symptoms of heart disease.

Chest discomfort, heaviness, pressure, aching, burning, fullness, squeezing or a bleeding feeling in your chest are all heart disease symptoms. Sometimes these symptoms be mistaken for indigestion or heartburn. While cramp or discomfort is usually felt in the chest, it may be felt within the shoulders, arms, neck, throat, jaw or back.
r heart disease symptoms include:

* Shortness of breath
* Irregular heart beat, palpitations, or skipped beats
* Weakness
* Dizziness
* Nausea
* Sweating
are signs that a heart attack might be happening:

* Discomfort, pressure, burden, or pain in the chest, arm or below the breastbone. Discomfort in other areas of the upper body including one or both arms, the fund, neck, jaw or stomach
* Fullness, indigestion, (may feel resembling heartburn) nausea, vomiting
* Extreme weakness
* Anxiety
* Rapid or irregular heartbeat
* Shortness of breath
During a heart attack, symptoms typically last 30 minutes or longer and are not relieved by rest or medication. Initially, symptoms can start as mild discomfort, next progress to significant pain. Symptoms may go away and come back.

If you chew over you might be having a heart attack, get to a hospital or better yet, ring 9-1-1 immediately. The sooner you get help the better the likelihood are for recovery.
ou wait until tomorrow, it may be too late.

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I conjecture you are just having a mild heart attack.. its nothing serious.....JK GET YOUR *** TO THE HOPSPITAL PRONTO you dont mess around near heart problems

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