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Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

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Can teens take nitrolingual (nitroglycerin) pumpspray if being checked for angina pain?

Can teens take nitrolingual (nitroglycerin) pumpspray if being checked for angina pain?

Nitroglycerin: Unless you were given the nitro with instructions on how to take it, you should not take it. Nitroglycerin has significant side effects and can lower your blood pressure so should be used with caution. ...Read more

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Please may I know the signs and symptoms of early angina pectoris? Because I think I am suffering from that

Please may I know the signs and symptoms of early angina pectoris? Because I think I am suffering from that

What symptoms do you: Have? It is highly unlikely for a 19 y/o to be having angina (unless you have a strong FHx or using drugs like cocaine). Typical symptoms can be common with symptoms in other conditions. It may present with chest pain, or upper abd pain, or neck pain radiating to the L side. Patient may have difficulty breathing. Worse with exertion. Again very unlikely in a patient your age. ...Read more

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What could cause very sudden but extremely brief "jolt" in center of chest during jogging? Didn't experience the typical angina sensations at all.

What could cause very sudden but extremely brief "jolt" in center of chest during jogging?  Didn't experience the typical angina sensations at all.

Chest pain: It most likely was musculoskeletal. It does not sound like angina. It was not associated with nausea, or dizziness or other systemic symptoms associated with angina and it sounds like it only lasted a very brief time. However, you should get checked up with and EKG and good cardiovascular exam. ...Read more

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Can angina cause death?

Can angina cause death?

Eventually: Angina is the symptom you experience when your heart is not getting enough blood because of blockages in the coronary arteries. Prolonged untreated can lead to heart failure, heart attack, and death. That being said, your coronary artery disease can usually be treated and you will not necessarily die. ...Read more

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What is the cause of angina pectoris?

What is the cause of angina pectoris?

Blocked heart artery: Typical angina is caused by partial of a coronary artery causing inadequate blood supply to meet the oxygen demands of the heart. ...Read more

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What cause angina to affect the system and how it affect the system?

What cause angina to affect the system and how it affect the system?

Trouble for heart: Angina is an uncomfortable sensation from heart muscle suffering from lack of circulation — essentially acute oxygen deprivation. If this deprivation is not corrected, then a heart attack, with permanent heart muscle damage, can follow. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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How dyslipidemia can cause angina?

How dyslipidemia can cause angina?

Leads to plaque : Dyslipidemia where specifically, a high cholesterol or triglyceride level in your blood can cause plaque to form in your blood vessels. This plaque results in blockage and slows the blood flow to your heart. This decreased blood flow can cause less oxygen to get to your heart which then causes chest pain or angina. The pain is pronounced during high activity when the heart demands more oxygen. ...Read more

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Why does angina cause pain and breathlessness?

Why does angina cause pain and breathlessness?

Lack oxyen: Lack of oxygen causes pain in any muscle when oxygen demand out strips suply. In the legs its called cludication. As for the shortness of breath it can be due to the dysfunction of the left ventricle due to poor oxygen suply. Much like an engine sputters if the fuel line is clogged. Along with heart failure pain and anxiety can also cause shortness of breath. ...Read more

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Can angina cause hypertension? Is it possible for a condition such as angina to be directly responsible for causing hypertension? .

Can angina cause hypertension? Is it possible for a condition such as angina to be directly responsible for causing hypertension?
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Related: Htn and angina are related. Htn is a risk factor for getting angina. If the angina is poorly controlled then the pains can cause anxiety and raise your blood pressure to rise. ...Read more

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Can angina cause hypertension? Is it possible for a condition such as angina to be directly responsible for causing hypertension? .

Can angina cause hypertension? Is it possible for a condition such as angina to be directly responsible for causing hypertension?
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Connection exists: Yes chest pain can cause your nervous sytem to produce adrenaline and this can elevate your blood pressure, athersclerosis is the disease that cause your blood vessels to be damaged and can cause elevated BP and angina. ...Read more

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Can anemia cause angina? Can it be reversed?

Can anemia cause angina? Can it be reversed?

Anemia: It can if the anemia is so severe. It can be reversed depending on the cause. ...Read more

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Why does angina cause pain in the chest and arm?

Why does angina cause pain in the chest and arm?

Common nerve roots: The pain fibers in the spine innervate areas of the body (dermatomes) in relation to their proximity to the spine during development. The heart, upper chest and left arm develop with the same set of nerves. When you get angina, the heart hurts and co-stimulates the nerves of the arm and upper chest. Always keep in close contact with your cardiologist if you have this. ...Read more

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Can prinzmetal angina caused by an angiogram?

Can prinzmetal angina caused by an angiogram?

Coronary vasospasm: Coronary vasospasm occasionally occurs during a cardiac catheterization but it's difficult to know what factors caused the spasm to occur. Prinzmetal angina is accompanied by certain ekg changes at the time of the vasospasm and this may be rare during coronary angiography. An interventional cardiologist is best suited to answer your question. ...Read more

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Poison can cause angina? Is it possible that poison, in particular poisonous metals, can cause angina?

Poison can cause angina? Is it possible that poison, in particular poisonous metals, can cause angina?

Many : Many toxins can cause spasm of the coronary arteries resulting in angina, so it is possible. This is not a classic symptom of metal poisoning though. ...Read more

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Are Sympathetic Nerve Blocks effective at calming the sympathetic system which causes angina and migraines? If not, why not? Would seem logical.

Are Sympathetic Nerve Blocks effective at calming the sympathetic system which causes angina and migraines? If not, why not? Would seem logical.

The key here: Is that you have to be able to inject the specific nerves that are causing the problem such as in the neck, low back, arm for regional pain syndromes. One doesn't have access to the sympathetic nerves inside the skull causing the migraine or supplying the coronary arteries along the heart surface that are causing angina. ...Read more

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How would I know if I had ludwings angina are there early symptoms if it happens will I have time to get to the hospital or will it immeditaly kill me?

How would I know if I had ludwings angina are there early symptoms if it happens will I have time to get to the hospital or will it immeditaly kill me?

Ludwig's angina: Ludwig's angina is an infection of the floor of the mouth under the tongue. It is due to bacteria. It may block the airway and the selling may occur quickly. It is rare. I have been practice 46 years and seen one case. ...Read more

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Which types of heart conditions cause angina pain?

Which types of heart conditions cause angina pain?

Several: Angina is chest, jaw, arm, back or shoulder pain that comes from the heart due to lack of proper blood flow to heart muscle. The classic cause of angina is coronary disease, this is typically cholesterol blockage of the arteries of the heart. Another cause is "syndrome x" which is spasm in the small vessels of the heart. Prinzmetal angina is caused my spasm (pinching) of larger heart arteries. ...Read more

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Chest pain comes and goes, same spot, always a twinge when stressed. Early or mild angina?

Chest pain comes and goes, same spot, always a twinge when stressed. Early or mild angina?

Probably not: Angina doesn't occur in a localized "spot" and typically patients will press their fist against their mid sternum and report a sensation of heaviness or pressure "like someone pressing down" on them. The words twinge and spot suggest a muscular cause. Depending on your specifics, though, it's never a bad idea to discuss this with your doctor and get a complete evaluation. ...Read more

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Can a kidney infection cause angina?

Can a kidney infection cause angina?

No: No.... Coronary artery blockages are cause for angina. In rare instances coronary spasm can also cause it. ...Read more

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Angina and yawning, is this caused by lack of oxygen?

Angina and yawning, is this caused by lack of oxygen?

Sort of yes but: Angina is the lack of oxygen in an area of the heart and is due usually to a closure or stricture of an artery.
Yawning is due to less oxygen and might very normal, happening when our respiration is slowed or just before falling asleep, is a normal happening. ...Read more

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If someone had angina from a quick BP drop but stabilizes will it cause damage or cause ventricular tachycardia?

No permanent injury: If the angina was caused by the blood pressure drop (caused, for example, by a medication), and it resolved (and the heart rhythm was normal) when the blood pressure returned to norma, l it is unlikely it caused permanent damage. However, if the angina was the cause of the blood pressure drop, that would be more concerning. Either way, this needs to be carefully evaluated by a doc. ...Read more

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What could cause chest tightness and squeezing after but not during exercise? Isn't angina type pain typically during increased exertion?

Yes but: You're correct, however there are exceptions to every rule. If you're having chest tightness and squeezing, it could be an atypical form of angina, but could also be a type of asthma or muscle spasms. It would be best to talk to your doctor about this. ...Read more

Dr. Gutti Rao
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Angina (Definition)

Angina is chest pain that is caused by poor blood flow to the heart muscle. Angina is not an actual disease, but rather a symptom of an existing heart problem. Most commonly, this underlying problem is due to an obstruction of the coronary blood vessels that surround the heart. There are different types of angina including stable angina, unstable ...Read more