What should I do? My echocardiagram shows mild mitral regurgitation, mild diastolic dysfunction, mild tricuspid regurgitation and mild pulmonary hypertension

Depends. It's hard to say on internet in 400 characters. But some general stuff, if overweight the loose weight. Exercise and get in shape. Get you blood pressure under control. If sleep apnea then get it treated. The good news is that this is all mild at the moment. You have a great opportunity here to make healthy choices and take control of your future health. Check with you cardiologist and dr.

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I have mitral valve regurgitation with tricuspid regurgitation with mild pulmonary hypertension and dystolic disfunction. Should I be worried?

Maybe -- it depends. Valve regurgitation becomes a serious problem when it is severe, and at that point it might require surgery. If the valve regurgitation is only mild or moderate, it can be followed by your physician. It sounds as though with your conditions, maintaining excellent blood pressure control will be very important. Read more...
Mitral Regurgitation. The answer to your question depends on a lot of different factors, most importantly your symptoms and the severity of the mitral regurgitation and cardiac dysfunction. You are best served to have your situation reviewed by a cardiology specialist. Read more...

I have moderate mitral regurgitation, mild tricuspid regurgitation and advanced diastolic dysfunction with transmitral pseunormal. On meds, but next?

Continued. Monitoring of mitral valve with serial echocardiograms...Medication adjustments....If the valve continues to degrade over time surgical correction may be necessary. Read more...
Diastolic dysfunctio. Unfortunately we don't have much to directly treat the diastolic dysfunction. If the mitral insufficiency becomes problematic, it might require repair or replacement as the added load could cause increased problems. Read more...

I had an echocardiogram show severe mitral regurgitation, moderate /severe tricuspid regurgitation &mild to moder pulmonic regurge. Is surgery option?

Yes . When your cardiologist thinks something has to be done. There will be options that you should talk about. Read more...
Mitral regurgitation. You should have this discussion with a cardiologist who can evaluate you and your status and review your data. Surgery is an option for many patients with severe mitral regurgitation but more is involved in the evaluation than what you have above, any recommendation from here has to be to see a cardiologist personally. Read more...

Is there almost always tricuspid regurgitation present when someone has pulmonary hypertension?

Yes. But there is often some tricuspid regurgitation in people with "normal" hearts and lungs too. The quality of the echocardiogram images (and the reader's experience) are just important before you try to diagnose pulmonary hypertension. Read more...
PH and TR. An echocardiogram can be used to screen for pulmonary hypertension by measuring the degree of tricuspid regurgitation (tr). While it is unusual, there are some instances where tr is not seen, yet the patient still has ph. Read more...

Does pulmonary hypertension necessarily worsen if there is valves regurgitation? (mitral, tricuspid or pulmonary) Because that's what I have..

Very serious. This diagnosis especially at your age is of such grave importance that I warn you against taking advice from anyone else until you have reviewed it fully with both your primary care physician and the specialist who made / confirmed the diagnosis. Read more...

How long do I have to live if I have diastolic dysfunction and moderate pulmonary hypertension. I take diuretics, norvasc (amlodipine)?

Cardiology. Depends on your compliance with medications, exersize tolerance, coexisting diseases and many other factors. Your cardiologist is the best guide. Read more...
Diastolic dysfunctio. Not sure there is good morbidity data for that condition . Ask your physician if you have any other causes of pulmonary hypertension that may impact your prognosis. Read more...
No way to know. More people die with diastolic dysfunction than die of diastolic dysfunction. Only a doctor with access to your heart cath and exercise testing results can really make a meaningful prediction of your life expectancy and even then accuracy is questionable. Read more...

I was diagnosed with pvc, aortic regurgitation, moderate mitral regurgitation, tricuspid regurgitation, hyperlipemia, & adv diastolic dys. Prognosi?

Hard to answer. You have several valves which are leaking. You only mention moderate amount of mitral regurge. But more important is the size of the pumping chambers of your heart and the ejection fraction (how well it squeezes). You have had a stress test so did it show evidence of blockages? There are many people with mild or moderate leaking valves who do very well. You need to discuss with you doctor. Read more...