Cramping in the legs
It’s completely normal to experience muscle cramps from time to time, especially when you’re hiking, let’s say… but if the frequency of your muscle cramps becomes the new normalcy, you should visit your doctor. Cramping in the legs is another sign of aortoiliac occlusive disease. And sadly, it’s definitely not a symptom most people would associate with heart disease.
So, you should definitely take your muscle cramps seriously.
Coughing up colored mucus
Producing and coughing up mucus that is white or pink in color could occur when fluid builds up in your lungs. This is actually a pretty common sign of heart disease. So, you might think it’s just a cold, but it’s best to check that with your doctor.