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Medicine For Pulmonary Regurgitation
Valve issue: There is a valve that separates the right side of your heart from the artery leading to your lungs. It's called the pulmonic valve. It should allow blood to flow towards your lungs but not back towards the right heart. Regurgitation means a small amount of blood moves backwards across the valve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mgt: In mild cases, there often are no or very mild symptoms. These can include shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness and chest pain. If you are carefully followed by your cadiologist, they will be able to suggest treatment options. If exertion results in any symptoms, please see your physician right away. ...Read more
I am having a little pain on left chest side and i am having mild pulmonary regurgitation. sometimes i even get sudden black out. is it harmful?
Maybe: This could be a serious problem or not - you need to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
I had my 2d echo last sept. 4, 2013. Results reveaved i had mild mitral, tricuspid, and pulmonary regurgitation. But i don't any untoward symptom?
I have mild pulmonary regurgitation and my BP remains 56/104 or 47/110 or less & heart rate around 80-120 and i feel really tired . what should i do?
Mgt: It is important to see your cardiologist. They will perform an ECHO and EKG, as well as determine whether you have pulmonary hypertension. Repair can be performed at a major medical center, to avoid complications. From your description, it is important to have a full evaluation soon. ...Read more
I had an echo that showed "trace tricuspid, mitral, and pulmonary regurgitation".I often feel pressure/congestion in my liver. Could they be related?
Heart valves: Don't always close perfectly. As far as you don't have symptoms, you should be ok. ...Read more
Is it dangerous to be under general anesth.W/ trace psycological pulmonary insuficiency & traicupid regurgitation?
Depends.....: I think you mean physiological pulmonary insufficiency, trace, which should not be a problem. You need to know the severity of the tricuspid insufficiency as well as any symptoms you are having as a result. To be certain of your risk, see a cardiologist pre-operatively for an opinion regarding your risk. Why do you have these valve issues? A cardiologist can answer this, too! ...Read more
What symptoms would I have if my problem I have of trivial pulmonary and trivial mitral regurgitation worsened . ?
Trivial is common: The findings of trivial mitral and pulmonary regurgitation is essentially a normal finding on echo, what many call physiologic regurgitation. It would be very unlikely that this would progress to significant valve disease anytime soon, however the symptoms of significant mitral regurgitation may be shortness or breath, fatigue, palpitations, chest pressure. ...Read more
Is it safe to be on conscious sedation if my child has trace physiologic pulmonary insufficiency and triciuapid regurgitation?
Conscious sedation: Under the circumstance of minimal valvular abnormality should be fine, but i would recommend having an anesthesiologist administer the medications and perform the monitoring. Also, make sure your pediatrician is aware and okays it. ...Read more
How would trivial pulmonary and trivial mitral regurgitation be fixed ? not that i want it i just want to know if and how it could be fixed ?
Omg still no help to me can i body build yes or no would this make my trivial pulmonary and trivial mitral regurgitation any worse yes or no ?
On the internet?: Jack. I would advise you not to trust any physician who would answer your question without examining you and fully reviewing your medical records. I am sorry to be blunt. But we are talking about your heart and your life. No ethical physician will give you 'permission' without more valid in person evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iv bin told that trivial pulmonary and trivial mitral regurgitation is nothing to worry about any time soon dose the mean it is going to get worse ?
NO: Virtually all human beings have trivial PR and MR. You have nothing to worry about. At least not from that! ...Read more
Good prognosis: It would be unlikely for a stage 2 rcc to cause regurgitation and pulmonary hypertension. Stage 2 (t2n0) has a good prognosis with recent publications showing that 75 to 95% of patients are alive 5 years after diagnosis. However, there are certain characteristics of the cancer that can make it more aggressive and have a worse prognosis. Talk to your doctor and discuss. Best wishes. Ariel. ...Read more
1-Is there difference between trace and mild valves regurgitation?
2-What does it mean when reported "mild/moderate" pulmonary HTN?
Insignificant.: The difference between "trace" & "mild" tricuspid regurgitation is insignificant, as there is no specific treatment for the condition & no apparent consequence for having it. (In fact, there is no replacement valve surgery for the tricuspid.) Mild-to-mod pulmonary hypertension relates to high blood pressures in the lungs. The measurements aren't 100% accurate, so the degree is estimated. ...Read more
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