A 43-year-old member asked:
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dear doctor, i'm suffering from fatigue, could it be from pulmonary regurgitation?

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Dr. Keith Diaz
17 years experience Internal Medicine
Fatigue: This could potentially cause fatigue, but more commonly it causes shortness of breath not necessarily fatigue. Of course it would depend on how severe the regurgitation is.
Answered on May 20, 2016
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Dr. Diane Minich
37 years experience Family Medicine
Ask cardiologist: who would be in the best position to answer your questions.
Answered on Jul 4, 2014

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