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My angiogram is normal. I still have chest pains only for seconds. but no shortness of breath and nausea.. nothing at all. am a male (21 years)?

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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
Preventive Medicine

In brief: Angio; age 21? This

was for $, not reality.
While artery disease (US studies) typically present by later childhood, disease is within the walls of arteries, never shows on angiograms. Angiograms only reveal complications (fresh/organized clots from previous plaque ruptures) if that. Many/most too small, go downstream & still cannot see on angiograms. LFHC foods & lipoproteins; not LCHF foods & cholesterol, drive Ds.

In brief: Angio; age 21? This

was for $, not reality.
While artery disease (US studies) typically present by later childhood, disease is within the walls of arteries, never shows on angiograms. Angiograms only reveal complications (fresh/organized clots from previous plaque ruptures) if that. Many/most too small, go downstream & still cannot see on angiograms. LFHC foods & lipoproteins; not LCHF foods & cholesterol, drive Ds.
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