Can someone get a heart disease from smoking twice?

See below. Unlikely that this would contribute to plaque formation but nicotine may cause some arteriole spasm that may cause chest pain in certain predisposed people.
No. Takes recurrent inhalation and oxidative damage for progressive atherosclerosis. Smoking twice is unlikely to contribute to this process.

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