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Dilated ra rv moderate pulmonary hypertension

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My name is XXXXXXX and I am 49 years old with a recent diagnosis of moderate pulmonary hypertension and microvascular angina . Could this be related to my FSGS STAGE 3? Also, I have a positive XXXXXXX nucleolar ...

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. Moderate pulmonary hypertension . My cardiologist was not helpful in explaining this. Please help. Thanks. ...

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1. If you have been diagnosed with mild pulmonary hypertension (40 mmhg) and a ASD or PFO (can't tell which yet) - can the hypertension be reversed with closure of the hole or has the damage already ...

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I am a 67 yr old female. I was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension 4 yrs ago. my pulmonary doctor ... hypertension four years ago. My pulmonary doctor feels it is a result of sleep apnea which was diagnosed after ...

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can your blood pressure be high and you have anemia . can being anemic cause high blood pressure

Public Forum Discussions

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I recently had a echo cardiogram (doppler) with conclusion that I have mild to moderate pulmonary hypertension. This test was completed at the end of May. I also have a leaking aortic value which ...

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My husband had mitral valve repair in december of 2012. He just had repeat echo since surgery and he has mild to moderate pulmonary hypertension and cardiomegaly. He only had the mitral valve regurg ...

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I am 34 years old 33 weeks pregnant.. 10 day ago I was released from hospital. My dx was moderate pulmonary hypertension.. I have been feeling very lightheaded when active and sob upon waking .. I feel very ...

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report as follows. MILD DILATION OF RA/RV GROSSLY DILATED MPA TURBULANCE NOTED IN RVOT NO ASD ... ? PRIMARY PULMONARY HYPERTENSION . THIS DEFECTS I HAVE BY BIRTH, PLEASE SUGGEST THE SOLUTION. ...

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My mom has mildly dilated right artrium, right ventricle, main pulmonary artery and its branches, mildly depressed RV dysfunction. Mildly tricupsid regurgitation, estimated pulmonary artery pressure= 73 ...

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ASD.3.small PDA.4.Moderate pulmonary hypertension.-41mmHg.pl.suggest me. ...

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I had a routine echo done a couple of weeks ago (referred through county hospital urgent car) and just got the results yesterday. The sheet says moderate pulmonary hypertension with peak pressure 54 ...

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My daughter age 37 just diagnosed with Pulmonary hypertension - did right cath today. She has been otherwise healthy and now saying possibly underlying scleroderma . This is not good by what I have been ...

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Hi, My cousin is diagnosed with Primary Pulmonary Hypertension (PPH). What is best treatment available for this disease and Where? ...

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I suffer from pulmonary hypertension & chf among other things. Have been dizzy as my pressure is low 90/60 I need to have it a bit higher so I can do daily activities. Have a history of falling too ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Spirometry and clinical examination by pulmonologist is needed in follow up. 2D Echo is also needed to know the exact pressure. Please hit thanks if you like my answer.

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Any disease involving lung parenchyma and airways lead to pulmonary hypertension and the answer of why js beyond the scope of this forum.

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HI Sildenafil causes dilatation of Pulmonary arteries and brings down Pulmonary Hypertension . It is not very much effective in severe Pulmonary Hypertension . There are alternatives but they are Injectable m edicines . It has to be used lifelong