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I have a heart murmur. If it would be life threatening.

ok im very healthy, athletically built, im 5 9, weigh 170 but somehow i have a heart murmur. I know about the innocent and abnormal ones but my question is how would you be able to tell (without medical equipment, ex. stethescope) if it would be life threatening. Any help ? I know it s a heart murmur because I went take a physical for a job and their doctor told me that but referred me to another. I was just wondering if anyone had any information before I got it checked monday. I d rather know a little something now than nothing.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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actually i do have heart murmurs to i was diagnosed to have CHD or congenital heart disease i had thid since birth. i visit my cardiologist everytime i feel that i have difficulty in breathing and i undergo ECG and 2D echo w/ doppler. with 2d echo you will see on a video how and whats the prob with your heart. i hope i did help you!!!
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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