What Are the Symptoms of the Blocked Coronary Artery?

Q:  
What are the possible symptoms meaning a blocked coronary artery?
A:
Although the symptoms depend, there are some common signs deserve your special attention.

  1. Lower back pain.
    Chronic back pain is the most common form of pain in the United States. Lower back pain comes from accumulating plaque.
  2. Erectile dysfunction.
    Except for the prostate problems, erectile dysfunction is also an early warning sign for clogged arteries.
  3. Stroke.
    This is obvious. Stroke happens with not enough oxygen which may come from
    plaque accumulation in the arteries.

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