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Can I avoid a heart procedure with two blocked arteries?
Have you had an heart attack in the past? Do you have any symptoms? What about your risk factors?
These are some of the factor that will decide what treatment would fit you best. There is no drug, or any other treatment available that will reverse coronary artery disease. If you do everything right, the process of atherosclerosis may stop progressing but that is probably the best you can hope for.
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Here you can calculate what treatment might be best for you:
I have blogged about this before, because I think patients often are scared away from what is the gold standard in improving blood flow to your heart:
Hope this helps,
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