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I have shortness of breath with fatigue and headache while doing intense cardiac exercises. What is causing this ?

Should I be worried or am I just afraid of what might happen? i ve been diagnosed with moderate aortic valve regurgitation and mild regurgitation of pulmonary , mitral , and tricuspid valves as well as hypertension . I ve been using a personal trainer for fitness and have found that I m having shortness of breath , fatigue, and headaches when doing intense cardio exercises. I m sure some of it s to be expected when I hadn t worked out for a year but should i be more concerned than i am? I have had some pain in my chest just to the left of my breast bone and have felt lightheaded. the pain did not happen while working out. it came on when i was sitting at lunch and then once when driving.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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Hi dear
Welcome to HealthcareMagic.
You should be very cautious about symptoms like that.Avoid doing exercises to an extent where you have breathlessness or chest pain.However you definitely need some exercise.For the symptoms you felt in other times , i strongly advise you to visit your Cardiologist and get an ECG , Echo cardiogram to rule out any damage.I would also recommend frequent cardiac check up s.With frequent check up morbidity can be reduced very well .
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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