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Normal valves and chambers after echo-cardiogram. Worried for trivial R. Precautions?

i had done my echo today and conclusions are normal valves and chambers, intact IAS/IVS, normal LV systolic function EF-70%, no RWMA at rest, no MR/AR, trivial TR, no PAH, no pericardial effusion , clot or vegetation. iam 24 yrs, non drinker, non smoker, vegetarian, my blood pressure is 120/80 mm of hg i do regular exercises and jog for 3km per day. right now iam really worried about trivial TR. i want to know about its seriousness, what precautions are required and how regular i should keep checking my heart? can i do my exercises and jogging regularly? thank you doctor.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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no need to worry at all about your trivial TR , on Echo its common finding in upto 90% of people ,
trivial TR per se doesnt require regular monitoring
you can carry out your normal routing activity and exercise , continue healthy life style ,
take care
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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