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Can exercise be harmful if you have aorta valve stenosis?

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AS: if you have severe aortic stenosis, exercise can be very risky. Discuss with the Doc who knows your status

Answered 10/4/2014

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Dr. Anita Prakash answered

Specializes in Cardiology

Yes: Depending on the severity of the valve stenosis. IF severe, then no exercise because your body will need more blood to circulate and as there is a stenosis (narrowing), your heart will not be able to pump blood out, and then you could pass out and/or have an arrhythmic effect, or have cheat pain.

Answered 2/18/2019

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