Thanks for writing in.
I am a cardiologist and read your report with diligence. Irrespective of age, coronary artery
would depend to a large extent on risk factors which you might have. I have listed the risk factors and starred those which you have and +/- are those about which I do not know and your doctor can help you in completing the list
A: MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS
Stress* in fact high BP
that is hypertension is stress in action.
Obesity and Sedentary Life Style+/-
High Bad Cholesterol and Lipid Component*
above 190 mg%,
LDL above 130 mg%,
VLDL above 40 mg%,
Triglycerides above 150 mg%,
above reference value
Low Good Cholesterol and Lipid Component:*
+/- Apolipoprotein a below reference range for the lab and
below 40 mg% for man & and 50 mg% for woman
B: NON MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS
Family History 0f Coronary Heart Disease
Increasing age*Being a Man (as opposed to women) till the age 45*
From the list, above you have some risk factors. Therefore, I will strongly recommend consulting your doctor; he will examine you thoroughly, complete the list as well do the EKG and perhaps TMT. You need a prescription of drug, diet and exercise before you start contemplating anything. That is priority no 1.
With Best Wishes
Dr Anil Grover,
M.B.;B.S, M.D. (Internal Medicine) D.M.(Cardiology)