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No, as long as you stick to a heart-healthy diet, and don’t overindulge on the fatty stuff, you should be fine. It would take years of eating unhealthy stuff to get heart disease.
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Question by Yaguara the Cat: Does breast size increase the risk of a heart attack?
From what I understand, the more fat you have around your heart, the higher your risk for a heart attack is. I know that breasts are outside of the ribcage, but would having large breasts (assuming weight, blood pressure, and all other factors are healthy) increase your risk for a heart attack? Please include facts and not just yes or no.
I know the question is a little odd, but thanks.
Suggestion by ideas
No, there‘s no connection. But it is harder to diagnose heart disease in women with larger breasts. Breast tissue makes it harder to get a good cardiolite imaging study. That’s why studies of male patients are more reliable.
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