Heart disease is known as the silent killer. Its symptoms can be subtle, particularly in women.

Many women who have heart disease don’t have any symptoms. See your doctor early to determine your risk for heart disease and how you can reduce this risk. 

If you do have symptoms, it’s important to see a doctor as soon as possible so they can test for heart disease and provide treatment before heart damage occurs.

Determine your risk heart disease factors now, recognize the signs early and seek treatment when needed.

Take the Next Step

If you think you’re at risk for cardiovascular disease, take our online heart health assessment. Or to find a cardiology specialist near you, use our Find a Doctor tool.