Symptoms of angina?

Can vary. The typical description would be: heaviness, pressure, like an elephant sitting on my chest, radiating to the shoulder. However in females and diabetics it could show up like reflux or an uncomfortable feeling in the chest. If you are worried about your symptoms it is best to be evaluated.
Chest pressure. Chest pain or discomfort, pressure, heaviness tightening, pain in your arms, neck, jaw, shoulder or back accompanying chest pain nausea ...

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What are the symptoms of angina?

Chest pain. Angina is different in men and women. Angina is usually chest pain that lasts 30 minutes or so, associated with shortness of breath, sweating, and arm pain. In women, shortness of breath usually predominates. Read more...

Most of time I feel some pressure and tightness in right chest only nothing in left. Can it symptoms of angina.

Angina. could be possible. see your doctor for review . Read more...
Chest pain. At your age highly unliely angina, but you shcould not be having recurrent right sided pressure. Given the symptoms are recurrent and persistent it would be worth checking. I would be more suspicious or a pulmonary problem. Read more...
Chest Pain -See Doc? When to see a doctor? How do you know when you need medical help for chest pain? It's not always easy to tell. Helpful simple quiz: http://edition.cnn.com/HEALTH/help.at.home/chest.pain/content.html. Read more...

Male, 57, diabetic, recently got symptoms of angina. Angiography suggested. Is it safe? Or echocardiography will be better? I m worried.

Safe with precaution. In your situation, coronary angiography is better than stress echocardiography since it will define the lesion causing angina and also allow intervention if necessary. The primary risk is contrast (dye) overload that can cause kidney injury, but can be minimized if adequate hydration is given around the time of the catheterization. This risk also depends on your baseline kidney function. Read more...

What the difference between my anxiety symptoms and angina? The left side of my body goes numb after eating. I've been examined in the ER and the doctors said I have no signs of heart attack, stroke, or cancer. I didn't notice I was depressed. Could I be

When it happens. Angina means heart pain which is much much more likely to occur in older people and during physical exertion while panic attacks are often random, or due to some specific trigger such as supermarket/closed space likely elevator etc...During a panic attack, the symptoms are quite like angina. Being 24 and had work-up without cardiac involvement, panic is likely. Consult doc for treatment. Good luck. Read more...
Yes. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor and discuss if you may be depressed. Counter-intuitive as it may seem, exercise may help. Start with low intensity exercise such as walking and gradually increase the intensity as tolerated. Read more...