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Does chewing tobaco affects arteries the same way smoking does

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because of my intense social life and night-time partying (no active smoking, no drugs, just less than ... of this heart condition (rather than decease) affecting, according to his words, from 5 to 20% of the general ...

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the impurities from my blood, or to clean my system getting affected from this passive smoking . Currently, I ...Hi Doctor, I don't smoke but my friends do, and indirectly I am becoming a passive smoker. But I ...

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Does the smoke from cigarette's cause PAD or is it the ncoline? ...

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in left femoral artery . I began walking and now walk a minimum of 4 times a week briskly for about 40 minutes each time. The pain has lessened and I can walk longer distances now. I had arterial ultrasound 2 ...

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I have carotid artery disease , what should I do? Do I Have to quit smoking? ...

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Does chewing Tobaco affects arteries the same way smoking does? ...

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I recently had a stent inserted in LAD artery and have totally quit smoking after 47 years of 1 ... will this affect my stent and arteries. I was a heavy smoker all my life of marijuana and the rest of my heart ...

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did do after 30 years of smoking. Problem - I chew tobacco now and am worried its just as bad for my ...Yes. I am 57 years old and have hardening of the arteries I had several stents put in around my ...

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Hello! I have been on xanax for 15 years and these past 2, years up to 3 mg. daily. I have smoked for 30 years, I am 56 years of age and just diagnosed with hardening of arteries in my abdominal aorta ...

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. Apparently he s been smoking pot for years- he s 46 and started in his teens. I would assume he needs to stop smoking, isn t that right? Also, he has a 70% blockage in an artery, would that have been caused from ...

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lipid profile. My EKG shows heart output that rivals a young Olympic athlete. I do not smoke or drink. I ... with narrowing of the coronary arteries requiring one stent in the mid right CA along with the Anti Platelet ...

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I had brain scan recently that revealed hardening of artery in brain in area of brain that affects ... use aspirin with plavix. My doctor is consulting with my kidney specialist to see the best way ...

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this disease in our family. Now she has gastro paresis and mesenteric artery syndrone so a lot of symptoms ... by past. His Dad, who he works with is the same way with him. At this time it looks like divorce ...

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for an angiogram thinking I had a possible 70% blockage. I did not have blockages but my arteries are tortuous. i try to keep moving and keep my heart rate up a little...That blood has a long way to go since i am ...

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when with my friends and when I smoke one sometimes I get an ache in my cartoroid artery area and my ...well i am a 5 3 year old women , I quit full time smoking about ten years ago , then started ...

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Carotid artery stenosis is narrowing of the artery due to the deposition of fat and other things to the inside of the artery. Lowering your LDL cholesterol and increasing your HDL cholesterol is the most basic way to manage the problem. But if the patient is at the point where they are symptomatic, then surgery may be the best way to prevent a stroke. Asprin and Clopidogrel (Plavix) help too.

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Dear Kamiran, Smoking leads to hardening of the arteries and heart disease which in turn may cause heart failure. Reply with thanks.

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something which herniates in the artery is arterial hernia. It is very rare im medical literature. I want to nknow more about the case. can you send me detail on my email id draruntank@yahoo.com. Please do not forget to thankyou to me.