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Medicine For Pulmonary Stenosis
Okay, so I have 'pulmonary stenosis' and i've had it since i was born. I was just wondering how rare is this condition?
My 6 yo has been diagnosed w/ mild pulmonary stenosis. My concern is, he coughs everytime he wakes in the morning for a month now. What should I do?
Use caution: Small weights (5-10 lbs) in a supervised setting is likely ok to start with. Talk to your pulmonologist to see is she or he can get you in a supervised rehab program. ...Read more
Usually no symptoms: Pulmonary valve stenosis is usually asymptomatic. However, if there is severe pulmonary valve stenosis, then there can be decreased cardiac output, which could cause fatigue. Also, if there is long-standing significant pulmonary valve stenosis, then there may be development of right ventricular dysfunction, and it may not be reversible even with therapy to relieve the valve stenosis. ...Read more
How can I find a dr to offer a free reverse tubal after my 5 month old suddenly died of pulmonary stenosis?
Sorry for loss: First, I am very sorry for your loss. Finding free care is very challenging. It would be best to explore care that is supported by healthcare insurance first. Recently people have done online campaigns to support individuals with serious healthcare needs. if you cannot find free care you may benefit from shopping around to various facilities and Providers for cost and quality ...Read more
Pulmonary stenosis: Many innocent murmurs are flow through the pulmonary artery because it is close to the chest wall. Actual pulmonary valve stenosis has associated findings which help identify it on physical exam in addition to the murmur. The actual murmur may be somewhat similar. When a question exists echocardiography generally will answer the question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is the murmur of pulmonary stenosis fairly unique?Fairly obvious when its heard? I.E. Wide split s2etc.Or does it sound like innocent murmur?
Yes and no: The murmur of pulmonary stenosis is diffierent from an innocent murmur but other heart conditions cause split s2 (racepinephrine). The murmur has a crescendo-decrescendo shape, and a harsh quality. Because it takes longer for the right ventricle to eject its load of blood through the stenotic valve, the closure of the pulmonary valve is delayed. This causes the splitting of the second heart sound. ...Read more
My daughter is 6 yrs old. At 6wks old was diagnosed with pulmonary stenosis.When she was 5yrs old found out she had asthma. Could this be related.
Heart valve problem: Pulmonic stenosis is narrowing of the heart valve leading from the right ventricle to the lung. If valve is constricted it can lead to "backup" of venous blood into the liver, and veins can cause symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue. May require surgery or opening it up with a balloon valvuoplasty. ...Read more
For several times ECG report said it was rvh, with irbbb + rad. But echo showed no enlargement on my heart, only mild pulmonary stenosis. Do i hv rvh?
Heart disease: This is a question you should be asking your treating doctors, who know all the facts about you. ...Read more
I am a patient who was born with a pulmonary stenosis and corrected. Valve replacement. I was also diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation. For 2?
Using this site: You get the most from this site when you provide background information & then ASK A CLEAR QUESTION. You are welcome to start over. Your posts are not linked & go to the site at random. With no question, this post is not ready for a reasoned answer. ...Read more
Is it safe to play sports or do a water apnea with a congenital pulmonary stenosis? (already with tricuspide insufficiency and respiratory failiure) ?
M.D. visit/test: If you have significant limitations in your daily activities such as walking up a flight of stairs, exertion in sports will worsen your condition. It is best to check with your physician, and to obtain an exercise test and/or a six minute walk test. I hope that you do well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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