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Trivial aortic regurgitation

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aortic root mildly dilated trivial aortic regurgitation ...

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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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recently I diagonised severe aortic regurgitation and now I have been in anxiety and have panic attacks and I have tried to distract myself but panic comes again I am taking ativan 1mg at night ...

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I am 31 year old working in armed forces. recently in routine examination I was diagnosed with moderate AR in 2D echocardiography BUT I have doing vigorous exercises comfortable. but when I have 3D echo it shows severe AR. After all this I have...

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8.Sclerosed & mildly calcified aortic value;Trivial Aortic regurgitation;no Aortic stenosis Can u ...

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mitral regurgitation. Aortic sclerosis with trivial aortic regurgitation.. Mild tricuspid regurgitation ...

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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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I have had minimal to no voice and my chest feels like the pressure like someone is sitting on my chest; shortness of breath: for almost 6 weeks but the pressure is getting worse, I had a Eco gram on my heart and it read mild to moderate aorta...

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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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hello Dr. I am 48 years old and have aortic regergitation. I am always short of breath, constantly fatigued and my ankles swell really bad. my cardiologist is aware of this, but my symptoms are getting worse since I last saw him. I would like your...

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Hi I have hypothyroidism, on 125mcg levothyroxine, I also have high bp, on 100mg losarten and 10mg bisoprolol and have just found out I have aortic regurgitation. I am overweight and have been unable to lose ...

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59 year old male who has been lightheaded and dizzy for the last 3 months. Avid exerciser running 4 days a week and lifting nautilus 3 days. On Lisinopril 20 mg have aortic regurgitation but echo shows ...

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

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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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