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Seven early signs of coronary artery disease

Heart conditions are most rampant in women. Women may have any and not even know about it. There are some early signs of coronary artery disease that a person may have. So let’s watch out when to seek medical attention from the doctors. A person should have regular check-ups of cholesterol level along with the various blood tests

Coronary artery disease is the common heart disease which may lead to death in women and men in the U.S., says U.S. National Library of Medicine. 

Some definite weird warning signs may become the reason for coronary artery disease which may surprise you later.

1. Chest Pain

Chest pain is also known as angina, according to the Mayo Clinic. It is something amiss if someone is having a chest pain particular of pain is on the left side or in the middle of the chest. According to Dr. Sherry A. Ross, the early signs of CAD in women may include pressure, pain, and discomfort in the chest, though the symptoms may not lead to severe.
This pain may not last long and primarily in women, it may felt in arm, neck or back. Chest pain is not only the symptom of CAD; it can also be attributed to others like a strained muscle. In such situations, you should visit the doctor. 

2. Shortness of Breath

According to Dr. Ross, shortness of breath can be a less specific sign for CAD. Sometimes, you experience shortness of breath, especially after walking down or walking up the stairs. If you experience the shortness of breath when you are in a relaxed state, then it can become a more significant issue. When your heart cannot pump enough blood, shortness of breath takes place.

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