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Mild Aortic Regurgitation And Chest Pain
Having heart palpitations and chest tightness echo showed mild thickening of mitral leaflet with mild mitral regurgitation, along with mild/ moderate ?
Mitral valve thick: Sorry to hear about your problem.What is your question? ...Read more
Diagnosed with mild mitral valve prolapse, mild regurgitation and mild murmur. Can this cause fatigue and produce chest pains? Wants echo every 2 yr
Unlikely: I don't believe that it does.Get a more detailed answer ›
Upper abd and chest pain in 24yo female with heart murmur, concave chest, and scoliosis. Possible causes?
Many possible: Upper abdominal and chest pain can relate to many, many causes - even some emotional ones. But - what you say about the scoliosis and heart murmur suggest it might be connected to marfan syndrome - especially if you fit the profile - tall, slim, long fingers & feet, eye problems. See a doctor and they'll help you figure out what to do. Best wishes! ...Read more
What should I do? My echocardiagram shows mild mitral regurgitation, mild diastolic dysfunction, mild tricuspid regurgitation and mild pulmonary hypertension
Having extra beats and spells of hr 130-140. Mild tightness in left chest, have mild mitral valve regurg.
Palps: Best to discuss with your doctor to see if something is changing or new happening with your status. ...Read more
Asthma and mild mitral and pulmonic regurgitation, are the same?Or the mild mitral and pulmonic regurgitation manifest, bec of regular asthma attack
Not quite: The cardiac problems that you describe are usually trivial findings on an echocardiogram. But, academically, pulmonic regurgitation (usually accompanied by tricuspid) may be caused by uncontrolled asthma, and mitral regurgitation may worsen asthma. Talk to your doctor! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest pain and inside left arm pain. My symptoms match heart disease and heart failure,diagnosed with GERD after normal echo ECG and chest X-ray. Help?
Symptoms : sounds like you don't have what you decided you have. Why don't you discuss with the Doc you saw. Out here we don't know more about you than that Doc does. ...Read more
No: Chest x-rays may show non-specific enlargement of the heart that can occur with a variety of conditions including severe mitral regurgitation;however, the mr is not visible. The more specific and diagnostic studies include color doppler echo-cardiogram and cardiac cath. Mitral regurgitation can produce a distinctive heart murmur. ...Read more
Mitral regurgitation: In general no, but consult your doctor if you are having symptoms. ...Read more
Mildly enlarged left atrium
Mild aortic insufficiency
Mild mitral regurgitation
pulmonary hypertension tricuspid regurgitation how serious is it?
Echo: Sounds mild to me. Discuss with your team. ...Read more
Female, 60 yoa, mitral valve prolapse w/ mild regurgitation. Moderate angina with tingling & slight weakness of left arm when at rest. Suggestions?
Needs expert eval: Aortic valve stenosis and chest pain, if it is angina, is an ominous combination. Angina means that there is pain related to inadequate blood flow to the heart muscle to meet the needs of the heart. In as, the work being done by the heart is high due to the obstruction, and there is potential for blood supply to be limited. Find an expert is structural heart disease to evaluate your symptoms. ...Read more
Could aortic regurgitation be causing the pounding feeling i get after exercise? heart beats uncomfortably hard and can see heart beating off chest
Yes.: Aortic regurgitation (leaking of the aortic valve), if severe enough, can cause palpitations and prominent pulses as well as enlargement of the heart to the point where one can see the pulsations on the chest wall. The degree of aortic valve leaking can readily be seen on an echocardiogram. ...Read more
I had an echo once that showed mild to moderate tricuspid regurgitation. 30 y/o female, occasional chest pain. Should I be concerned?
I am having mild mitral valve prolapse with mild regurgitation. My symptoms are sob and chest pain. All doctors are saying I am fine.Why is it so?
Mitral prolapse: Chest pain and shortness of breath are symptoms of mitral valve prolapse. However the sob is unlikely resulting from mild regurgitation. The treatment is surgical correction. Most ild regurgitations are treated medically and with serial echocardiograms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am having mild mitral valve prolapse with mild regurgitation.I have shortness of breath and chest pain. I feel like iam going to die. Why is it so?
Doubt it's the heart: I don't think your symptoms can be caused by your heart given your description of the echo findings. There could be many other causes of your symptoms. One potential would be panic attacks. Often these give you the feeling you are dying. Check with your doctor for follow up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I m 32wk pg with corrective TOF. Nw I have SOB & echo shows, rt. Sided volume overload with mild aortic regurgitation. Wht should I do for delivery?
Pregnancy & heart: Even corrected, Tetralogy of Fallot & related congenital heart conditions can cause right heart problems. Pregnancy and delivery place unaccustomed stress on the heart, w/ markedly increased circulating blood volume. For your pregnancy & delivery you should absolutely receive care in a center with "high risk" obstetrics specialists and experts in congenital heart disease. Super important! Go now! ...Read more
Leakage: The aortic valve, when closed, prevents blood from rushing back into the left ventricle from which it has just been expelled by contraction of that chamber during systole. When there is some form of abnormality to the valve there may be leakage back into the left ventricle during diastole. Therefore, the blood is regurgitating back. ...Read more
Does mild aortic regurgitation get worse with BAV over time what's the chances of it remaining at its current state?
I had trace aortic regurgitation 2 years ago and the echo i recently took said its mild regurgitaion. Will this progress. Family history of marfans
Aortic regurgitation: Minimal aortic regurgitation may not progress. Moderate or worse aortic regurgitation generally gradually results in progression of the problem over years. It is prudent to monitor the situation periodically to see if progression is happening. Echocardiography is very useful for this purpose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello, what does eccentric mean in mild eccentric aortic regurgitation? Is it any different from mild regurgitation.
Qualitative?: The aortic valve is the valve that connects the heart (left ventricle, a pumping chamber) with the aorta (the blood vessel that carries blood throughout the body. Aortic stenosis means that there is not free forward flow through the aortic valve, or in other words, there is obstruction. Aortic regurgitation means that there is back flow through the aortic valve from the aorta back to the heart. ...Read more
Have sinus of valsava of 3.8mm with mild aortic regurgitation cardiologist ok'ed exercise is isometric exercises ok in moderation nothing to extreme?
Sinus of Valsalva: Need more details. Which sinus because 2 of 3 are where a coronary artery originals. Discuss with the Dr. who did the testing as he knows which one. Ask if you only have 2 instead of 3 as 2 more likely to have aortic regurgitation at your age. Ask what is the reason for the regurgitation. You should probably take antibiotics before dental procedures but ask team. ...Read more
In cardiology, what does ao rtd stand for? I had a stress echo done about 3 years ago one of the 2d measurements was ao rtd 2.9cm. What does that mean? I was told I have mild aortic regurgitation seen by color flow. The symptoms have doubled since then an
29yo male I have a bicuspid aortic valve with minor to mild concentric aortic regurgitation how concerned should I be for problem in the near future?
Minor: Need to be on a surveillance program coordinated with cardiologist to follow aortic insufficiency and aortic enlargement. Need to avoid hypertension and be careful about activities that cause rapid rise in blood pressure like heavy weightlifting or strenuous abrupt effort. Maintain good weight and activity ...Read more
Is it normal to see your neck veins/ pulse pulsing slightly never feel it but see it in mirror close up have mild aortic regurgitation?
Carotid artery: If you are in an upright position, you are seeing the pulsation of your carotid artery since the jugular venous pulse would be below the level of your clavicle (and invisible) when you are sitting up or standing. It is normal to see the carotid, especially in thin and/or muscular people. You must be fit! AR does accentuate it as well. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with mitral regurgitation and enlarged left atrium, now lately i've been getting a lot of chest pain sometimes everyday.What could it be?
Get it checked out: Mitral regurgitation is when the mitral valve leaks blood back into the left atrium. This can definitely cause the left atrium to enlarge. However, this typically doesn't cause pain per se. Shortness of breath, funny heart rhythms, fatigue are all possible symptoms. Some, however, describe things differently. I recommend you get this checked into. Chest pain can also be something serious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the last couple of days I have been having pains in between my shoulder blades, chest pain, and today I have what feels like heartburn. I also feel like I need to burp but cannot. And when I do finally burp I usually regurgitate a little bit. Should I
GERD or esophagitis: It sounds like u have GERD or esophagitis (irritation of the esophagus) from acid reflux. At worst, it can cause an ulcer which can bleed and perforate (form a hole) which is life-threatening. I suggest u TTYD or see a Gastroenterologist for diagnosis & treatment, many of which are OTC nowadays. Good luck & thanks 4 using HealthTap for your question. ...Read more
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