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I don't know. Your complaints require an evaluation by a doctor.
Age, hereditary factors, weight, cigarette smoking, blood pressure, exercise history, and diabetes are all important in determining your risk for heart disease.
Apart from some blood tests you may also need these:
You can calculate your risk for heart disease here:
Hope this helps,
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