When there is decreased blood flow to the heart, it results in a kind of chest pain called angina. When someone has angina, it is a good indication they have an underlying heart condition called coronary artery disease (CAD).
Keep reading to find the answers to four frequently asked questions about angina.
1. What Other Symptoms Are Associated with Angina?
Pain affiliated with angina is often described as squeezing or tightness in the chest.