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A 32-year-old member asked:

Can you survive aortic stenosis?

2 doctor answers6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Barton Cook
Pediatric Cardiology 32 years experience
Yes: The majority of people with aortic stenosis actually die from something else. If it is severe and untreated it can cause sudden death.
Dr. Joshua Buckler
Cardiology 20 years experience
Yes: But if it becomes severe you will need surgery.
Dr. Tamanna Nahar
Specializes in Cardiology
Needs to be monitored on a regular basis by echo to assess the rapidity with which it is worsening.
Aug 17, 2014

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A 39-year-old member asked:

What is an aortic stenosis?

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Dr. John Garner
Cardiology 17 years experience
A valve problem: Aortic stenosis is a hardening of the last valve in the heart; this valve is the last thing blood passes through before it is sent out to the body. As you would expect, this valve is called the aortic valve. Symptoms of aortic stenosis can include chest pain, passing out and heart failure symptoms. The treatment of severe aortic stenosis is almost always surgical.

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