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Does heart murmur cause breathing difficulties ?

Dear Doctor , It is about my wfie who is now 46 year old.We got two kids and when she was carrying the second child the Gynec doctor told her that she has got a Heart murmer.We did ECG many time since then and the doctors says she is fine.But she has breathing difficulties when she walk or climb.Especially during the intercourse.She also has Blood pressure and Sugar and taking medicine.Please advice us is she required any further treatement.As she always feel dizzyness and not energetic as she used to earlier.We appreciate your valuable advice. Thanking You Samuel Jones
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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murmur in the heart is mainly due to some valvular disease of the heart.
it is also important that in which area of heart is located.
you have to consult cardiologist for proper guidance and treatment
Answered: Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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