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Aortic regurgitation heart sound

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ago. but this time it's left me with an uncomfortable feelings (weird aches and pains in the heart area) and a thumping heart beat. i have called hare field hospital and they say wait for my appointment ...

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Hello. I was recently diagnosed with moderate aortic regurgitation . Per echocardiogram .(also ...? Hello. I was recently diagnosed with moderate aortic regurgitation. Per echocardiogram.(also mild mytral ...

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My son is 3. He had a heart murmur that lead us to a diagnosis with Echo of a bicuspid valve. There is no stenosis and there's a slight regurgitation. I'm very worried about my sons life How fast does ...

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I am 44 yrs old recently found Bicuspid valve in routine checkup and severe AR,with aorta size of 7 cm and aortic root of 4.8cm.this is my first finding and I have been advised surgery.I have started taking blood pressure nedicine and beta I hve...

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Just went to healthfair Normal everything except mild aortic regurgatation Should i worry?

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heart and it read mild to moderate aorta regurtation could that cause ...

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I have aortic stenosis and aortic regurgitation. I m 54 yrs old, 6 0 , 170 lbs. My BP is 113 ... beside open heart surgery can be done to reverse my diagnosis? ...

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more and more to be scared when i knew that aortic regurgitation causes head nodding .. i am so scared ... , so that increases my anexiety more and more .. the most agonizing complaint now is that my heart ...

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I am a 35 year old woman who has been diagnosed with ischemic heart disease caused by aortic insufficiency. My cardiologist has determined that the aortic regurgitation to be moderate. I will need heart ...

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8.Sclerosed & mildly calcified aortic value;Trivial Aortic regurgitation;no Aortic stenosis Can u ... Sized heart chambers 3.No Regional wall motion abnormality of LV 4.Normal LV systolic function .LVEF~61 ...

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Hello, can you tell me if any of the following are anything to worry about. I am 49. - mild aortic regurgitation - left atrium is mildly dilated - aortic valve is tricuspid with sclerosis - grade 1-4 aortic ...

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I was diagnosed with aortic regurgitation 15 yrs ago. I go for echo cardiograms once a year. The cardiologist I see repeatedly says I will most likely never need surgery. Everything I have been reading ...

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Hi Doctor, Please explain these following,what are all the prescriptions have to follow.. 1.mild aortic regurgitation/AS(mild) 2.Normal left ventricular systolic function 3.No regional wall motion ...

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I have Aortic Regurgitation,Diabetese and mildly enlarged Prostrate Gland.I have been recommended Vetlam .4 mg night time but this medicine I am unable to tolerate mainly Blocked nose and heaviness ...

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What stage do you need to be in before surgery ?? I have a leaking Aortic valve I am 60 diagnosed 18 months ago due to really bad short of breath especially stairs or up hill.I no longer go trekking at altitude and do shorter hiking trips but have...

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there is a possible sign of Aortic regurgitation. You will need an echo to test this Please click on Thanks

doctor1 MD

Aortic regurgitation mild is OK no prob . but check if u have any rheumatic heart disease or congenital aortic valve defects . or else no need to worry . Thank s

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Hello, Welcome. No. For more details, consult your cardiologist. Take care...