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Bothe high blood pressure and increased cholesterol could be responsible to it causing degeneration of the inner wall of the vessel and associated dystrophic calcification.
Hope this information is useful.
I am so sorry. I meant no high blood pressure and cholesterol or any type of illness.
Is this unusual for someone my age?
I also have chest pain, back pain. This all gets activated by any type of stress (Physical or Mental).
Lets basically put it this way. I have all the symptoms of Coronary heart disease.
-Shortness of breath
-Feel like vomiting
I am in good shape.
I had an EKG, and stress test that were both negative, but I am still experiencing these symptoms. Since I don't have insurance, I cant go further in testing cause of the price.I am afraid of dying. What can I do?
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