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My family does not have a very good track record when it comes to heart health. My maternal Grandmother had a heart condition with multiple heart attacks, so did my paternal Grandfather. Even my Father has a bad ticker. He had his first heart attack at 32 (my age now.) I seem to have inherited all the bad genes from my Dad, so I am very nervous about my ticker.
A couple years ago, after having my second child, I started having severe chest pains a lot. The doctors could not figure out what was wrong, but luckily my heart was fine. It turned out to be severe pancreatitis, which presents itself similar to a heart attack. I was very lucky, but it scared me. Now I make sure to pay closer attention to my body, and try to eat much better foods. I need to break the bad luck genes cycle!!
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This post is written by Sarah Coulsey. She is a Wife, and Mother of two boys living in New England. This post may contain affiliate links.