Complications of Angina Pectoris
The most dangerous complications of angina pectoris that may occur is a heart attack. Signs and symptoms of angina pectoris that can arise in a heart attack include:
- Chest pain is suppressed for a long time and repeatedly.
- Pain spreads to other limbs such as back, shoulders, arms, jaw, teeth, and stomach.
- Prolonged stomach pain.
- Feeling uneasy.
- Experiencing a panic attack.
- Shortness of breath.
- A cold sweat.
- Have difficulty talking and moving.
Heart attacks require immediate treatment at the hospital