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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
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.
Okay, so I have 'pulmonary stenosis' and i've had it since i was born. I was just wondering how rare is this condition?
It depends: on the severity and reasons for having pulmonary stenosis. Many patients who have mild pulmonic stenosis live normal, healthy lives and never require treatment. Other cases of severe, symptomatic stenosis benefit from surgery. ...Read more
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?
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