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I am suffering from Cardiac problem, Please advise me

I am 45 year female need advise through your section as a cardiologist told me that my heart is inoperable condition. I am suffering from Cardiac problem since last 20 years like pain in chest, dizziness , swelling in feet, breathing problem etc. then i visited a cardiologist and he performed echocardiogram , the results are following - 1. Large Ostium, Secundum ASD with severe PAH (ASD Defect 25mm) 2. Mindely Dilated RA RV 3. Good LV, Systolic function 4. LVEF =77% 5. Trival MR 6. Mild TR 7. Mild PR 8. Normal Pulmonary connection 9. No clot/vegetation Therefore I want to know that is there surgery is possible in this case or not. Please advise me.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Nov 2010
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Cardiologists do not operate if there is severe pulmonary hypertension. The blood pressure in the pulmonary blood vessels is called pulmonary hypertension.

Results without surgery and with surgery are the same. That means surgery is not useful.

Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Sun, 28 Nov 2010
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