Pain in your toes
If your toe pain is due to the shoes you wear, you’re good (but change those shoes). But if you can’t find any logical explanation for your toe pain, go to the doctor. Experiencing excruciating pain in your toes for no reason (apparently) is another sign of aortoiliac occlusive disease, so don’t ignore the pain.
While jaw pain is not as common as a headache in terms of frequency, even when it does happen, most people ignore it. This is the worst thing you could possibly do. According to the director of the Center for Facial Pain and Sleep Medicine at Texas A&M’s College of Dentistry, Steven D. Bender, the repercussion of a cardiac event can sometimes be felt in the jaw, neck, and teeth.
The pain is a pretty good indicator that something’s going on right then.