I Have Angina. Is It Safe For Me To Drive My Car?

Question: I have angina. Is it safe for me to drive my car?

Answer: Many patients have angina. And it is safe to drive the car if it's been a stable pattern. So that if nothing has changed or gotten worse, or the pain isn't coming at unexpected times, that would mean that things are stable, and it's perfectly safe to drive your car.

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