7. Persistent Coughing
Without a doubt, persistent coughing can be a sign of many other health diseases. However, when chronic coughing is associated with heart failure, patients experience a bluish discharge when they cough. Don’t ignore while thinking that it’s a minor problem. Instead, visit your doctor for a thorough checkup.
6. Leg, Ankle, and Feet Swelling
Heart problems mainly occur because the heart usually fails to pump blood throughout the body at the rate that it should be pumping under normal conditions. Due to this, extra blood leaks to surrounding tissues and flows down to your lower appendages. This causes severe swelling of the feet, legs, and ankles; a condition known as edema.
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