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Old 06-15-2008, 05:31 PM
 
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anyone suffer from it? what have you done about it if anything? do you have nitro pills or take special vitamins or aspirin for it?
Have you researched the Omega- 3 Fatty Acids. These Fats are very powerful in thinning the blood and also at lowering inflammation thru out the body. They also are great at preventing ''Sudden Cardiac Arrest''.

Anyway research them and see what you think.

 
Old 06-15-2008, 07:18 PM
 
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Dude;

Do yourself a favor and look up the disease before you make random comments, angina pectoris CANNOT occur in anyone of any age.

Find ONE case report of ischemic chest pain in a child.....
do yourself a favor and look up all the diseases that were thought only adult can have... and see children young. i know of a child 9 yrs old that suffered a stroke. i child 14 months sufferinf moya moya. children 9 and such juvenile diabetes. children 10 yrs old have arthritis. children under certain cases can suffer most things if not all of what adults suffer. and once more, just because you have not heard of it... does not mean it can not happen.
 
Old 06-15-2008, 11:03 PM
 
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do yourself a favor and look up all the diseases that were thought only adult can have... and see children young. i know of a child 9 yrs old that suffered a stroke. i child 14 months sufferinf moya moya. children 9 and such juvenile diabetes. children 10 yrs old have arthritis. children under certain cases can suffer most things if not all of what adults suffer. and once more, just because you have not heard of it... does not mean it can not happen.
Dude,

Not surprising that JUVENILES can suffer from JUVENILE onset diabetes and JUVENILE rheumatoid arthritis....nothing earth shattering there.

Back to your original WRONG response. An 11 yo CANNOT suffer from angina,it has nothing to do with what I have heard of....by definition a child cannot have angina.

Obviously you won't admit when you are wrong, but wrong you most certainly are.......
 
Old 06-16-2008, 08:42 AM
 
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Dude,

Not surprising that JUVENILES can suffer from JUVENILE onset diabetes and JUVENILE rheumatoid arthritis....nothing earth shattering there.

Back to your original WRONG response. An 11 yo CANNOT suffer from angina,it has nothing to do with what I have heard of....by definition a child cannot have angina.

Obviously you won't admit when you are wrong, but wrong you most

certainly are.......
and that is where you are wrong. when i make a mistake or say i am wrong, i will admit it. ok mr know it all... explain how a chilld "CANNOT"
 
Old 06-16-2008, 10:17 AM
 
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and that is where you are wrong. when i make a mistake or say i am wrong, i will admit it. ok mr know it all... explain how a chilld "CANNOT"
explain "angina"

I honestly don't believe you know what it is, because once you know the definition it becomes clear that a child CANNOT suffer from it.....
 
Old 06-16-2008, 11:08 AM
 
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explain "angina"

I honestly don't believe you know what it is, because once you know the definition it becomes clear that a child CANNOT suffer from it.....
i know what it is.... i want you to tell me. you said, i am wrong. but, suppose... what if you were? would you admit it?
 
Old 06-16-2008, 12:06 PM
 
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i know what it is.... i want you to tell me. you said, i am wrong. but, suppose... what if you were? would you admit it?
Nice obfuscating......I know what angina is and what causes it you clearly don't.....

You don't know what it is...... else you would understand an 11 yo can't suffer from it.

Case closed
 
Old 06-16-2008, 01:47 PM
 
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If the enlarged coronaries become blocked from blood clots, then the heart muscle supplied by the coronary artery suffers from a lack of oxygen. This can cause chest pain (known as angina) or a heart attack.

taken from: Ask the Pediatric Cardiologist: Kawasaki Disease (http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3002079 - broken link)

Also, another form of angina that can occur in children is Ludwig's angina:
Ludwig's Angina in Children - July 1999 - American Academy of Family Physicians

Granted, neither is common, but it can occur in children.......

Also, according to the Cleveland Clinic's definition: Angina (also called angina pectoris) Discomfort or pressure, usually in the chest, caused by a temporarily inadequate blood supply to the heart muscle......couldn't a child who has a cardiac malformation also have angina?

Just asking........
 
Old 06-16-2008, 03:29 PM
 
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Ok this thread is now closed, if you cant act like adults and talk, this is what happends. There is no personal attacks aloud here....read the TOS. Thread closed!!
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