What are the symptoms for Stable angina?

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The symptoms for Stable angina include the following:


  • does your chest pain or discomfort episode last for over 2 min?
  • chest pain or discomfort
  • substernal chest pain
  • would you describe your chest pain or discomfort as crushing?
  • would you describe your chest pain or discomfort as pressure?
  • would you describe your chest pain or discomfort as aching?
  • would you describe your chest pain or discomfort as stabbing?
  • does your chest pain or discomfort radiate or spread to the left shoulder?
  • does your chest pain or discomfort radiate or spread to the neck?
  • does your chest pain or discomfort radiate or spread to the jaw?
  • does your chest pain or discomfort radiate or spread to the arm?
  • does your chest pain or discomfort radiate or spread to the hand?
  • is your symptoms triggered or worsened by exertion?
  • is your symptoms triggered or worsened by cold?
  • is your symptoms triggered or worsened by stress?
  • is your symptoms alleviated by rest?
  • is your symptoms alleviated by nitroglycerin?
  • arm discomfort
  • shoulder pain
  • hypertension

You don't have to have all of the symptoms above to be diagnosed with Stable angina. Take the diagnostic quiz to determine whether you may have this disease.