Chest pain can be a sign of a heart attack, described as heaviness, tightness, or pressure.
Nausea and chest pain together may indicate a heart attack.
Arm pain, especially on the left side, can indicate a heart attack. Seek medical attention if it doesn't go away or if you have used your GTN spray to no effect. Call 999
Feeling hot and clammy with chest pains? Call an ambulance.
Indigestion-like pain can be a sign of a heart attack. If you experience burning in the chest or stomach along with other symptoms, seek medical advice.
Gripping calf pain while walking could signal peripheral arterial disease. See a doctor, especially if you smoke or have diabetes.
Heart attack pain can be felt in the jaw or back too. If it persists, call 999. Women may have varying symptoms and should seek medical attention.
Swollen ankles may indicate heart failure, but can have various other causes like medication side effects. Don't ignore it, consult a doctor.
Most jumped heartbeats are usually harmless, but if your heart is going very fast and erratically with blackouts, see your GP or call an ambulance.
Throat tightness or pain can be a sign of angina. If the sensation persists and you have other heart-related symptoms, call an ambulance. If not, call NHS 111.
Tiredness can be a symptom of heart failure, but it's non-specific and could also be due to other conditions. If extreme tiredness sets in despite no change in lifestyle, it's advisable to see a GP.