Symptoms of Heart Disease and Heart Attack

An older man receiving treatment for a heart attack.
Warning signs of heart disease problems should not be ignored.
A stethoscope is one of a health care practitioner's tools in assisting in the diagnosis of possible heart disease.
A woman experiences anxiety, a symptom of heart disease.
A man with chest pain clutches his chest. Chest pain is a symptom of a heart attack.
A man with a persistent cough, a symptom of heart failure.
A woman feels dizzy, a warning sign of heart disease.
A woman who feels fatigued, a symptom of heart attack in women.
A woman suffers from nausea, a warning sign of heart attack or heart failure.
A man suffers from body pains including the shoulder, neck, back, and arm.
A stethoscope is useful to listen for heart problems in patients.
A man experiences shortness of breath, a symptom of a heart condition.
A businessman suddenly breaks out in a cold sweat, a symptom of a heart attack.
A woman is holding her swollen ankle.
A woman has her blood pressure checked after feeling faint and weak.
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Reviewed by Robert J. Bryg, MD on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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