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I have chest pain and aortic stenosis, any suggestions?

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Dr. Steven Neish
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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(and ignore the silly drawing that the website automatically added of an esophageal stricture - this is not from Dr. Neish and has nothing to do with your problem!)
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