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Symptoms of heart blockage include fainting, light-headedness, fatigue and chest pain, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. First-degree heart block may not cause symptoms and is common in highly t... More »

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Symptoms of heart blockage, also known as coronary artery disease, include chest pain that produces a numb, squeezing, full, burning or aching feeling, explains WebMD. The chest pain is often described as a heavy feeling... More »

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A heart blockage, or heart block, refers to a condition where the heart beats too slowly; electrical signals typically initiating heart contractions become stuck between the upper and lower chambers. Heart blocks occur i... More »

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