A 31-year-old male asked:
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What age is associated to trigger coronary artery disease? I have angina especially in afternoons. BP is 68-112. I scare to have coronary disease.

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Dr. Tarek Nashawi
19 years experience in Hospital-based practice
No age: There is no age for coronary artery disease.that fact that you are young makes it less likely but not impossible. Other factors play into account.chest pain can be from acid reflux, chest wall(muscles and joints) , heart, lungs too. So you need to check this out if it persists.
Answered on Jun 23, 2014
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