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What are the symptoms of cardiovascular disease?

Symptoms of cardiovascular disease are numerous. They include symptoms that affect the heart and chest such as pain, being short of breath, and an irregular heartbeat. Other symptoms affect the circulatory system and include muscle cramps, discomfort in the legs, and numbness. Other feelings are similar to what you experience with many illnesses including fatigue, decreased appetite, discomfort, fever, and weakness.

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