health conditions


Question by  Tallis (31)

What are the symptoms of arteriosclerosis?


Answer by  informant31 (510)

Often there are no symptoms until a heart attack occurs.You will experience chest pain, fatigue, shortness of breath, and an abnormal heartbeat.


Answer by  DebH2010 (291)

Arteriosclerosis often has no symptoms until the condition is quite advanced, at which point, the area of the body most affected will usually display pain and, in some cases, symptoms of vessel blockage including decreased blood flow, coldness, increased pain and pallor.


Answer by  chimbee1 (199)

Some common symptoms of Arteriosclerosis are chest pain, leg pain, high blood pressure, and brain hemmorhage. Other common symptons include paleness, headaches, and numbness in the legs and feet.


Answer by  YellowCup (1650)

Arteriosclerosis is when fatty like material clogs the arteries. In can be quite serious and lead to heart attacks, strokes, and hypertennsion. Symptoms include: high blood pressure, trouble breathing, chest pain. However, most symptoms to do occur until a mass blockage occurs, this makes it extremely serious and some times deadly.


Answer by  DrMom (854)

Sometimes there are no symptoms but fatigue or shortness of breath may signal a problem. Chest pain may be present or your heart may seem to skip beats or otherwise be beating out of rhythm. Arteriosclerosis can cause a heart attack and often that is the first sign of trouble.

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