Symptoms of Angina:
Pain that is crushing, constricting, strangling,
suffocating, sharp, or burning. It is normally felt in the chest but may also occur in the
peripheral areas such as the jaw or abdomen. Where you feel the pain may differ from
person to person.
Dull pain, pressure, or squeezing in center of chest that
may feel like indigestion or heartburn.
Pain that occurs with exertion and recedes with rest.
Weakness, sweating, shortness of breath, anxiety,
palpitations, nausea, light headedness.
See Also: Identifying Angina Pectoris or Angina
Call Your doctor or emergency room immediately if
- If the attack lasts more than 15 minutes. You may be
experiencing a heart attack.
- Attacks have become more intense, frequent, prolonged, and
unpredictable. These are signs of unstable angina.
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