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Severe Heartburn, could it be heart disease?
I am concerned this is not heart burn, but angina because of coronary artery disease. If prilosec has no effect - even at the low dose of over-the-counter medications - I'd want to exclude heart disease first.
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My advice, see your doctor and get evaluated.
Risks include a variety of factors that include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity and smoking:
If you know your blood pressure and cholesterol you can calculate your risk here:
Hope this helps,
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