Is diastolic dysfunction grade 1 with mild concentric LVH can be reversed? If so, how? Note that the high blood pressure is well controlled

Depends. Depends on the cause. Although high blood pressure is a cause of diastolic dysfunction, it isn't the only cause. There are many medications than can help, many of which are considered "blood pressure" medication but can also be used as a second indication to treat what we call, "ventricular remodeling." Hope this helps.

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I have diastolic dysfunction, was wondering do I have to take medicine for that, is meds necessary. No high blood pressure. Tyvm

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Imon25 mg atenolol once a day for hypertension blood pressure good 100 thru 114/ 60/74, I have mild lvh 1.3wall thickness how long to regres to norml?

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