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As a kid I had a heart murmur now I suffer from not being able to walk long distances, dizziness, heart pains and achey legs, possible heart problem?

Heart problem. Heart murmurs can be benign or a sign of a structural problem of the heart. I don't know if you had a cardiology evaluation as a child, but you should definitely get one now as your symptoms sound more concerning. Please see your doctor. Read more...
Could be many things. If I listen to a kid often enough I will hear an innocent murmur in all of them.The bad ones get sorted out by specialists in the early years so this is likely unrelated. At a listed age of 19, such symptoms are less likely heart than other systems but finding out why requires you schedule a good checkup.Write down all you remember of how this started/travel/past illness so you don't forget.Do it. Read more...

Underweight, low blood pressure, fast and slow resting hbr, achy legs and arms, breathless with stairs and dizzy spells. Is it my heart?

Don't know. It could be your thyroid, an autoimmune disease, just your heart, a lung/heart circulation problem .... See a physician and get to work at getting to the bottom of it. Read more...
M.D. visit. A first step in the management of these symptoms is to have your cardio-pulmonary condition assessed. Pulmonary arterial hypertension should be considered in the work up. Read more...

High blood pressure 150/90 and systolic murmur in arote area. Any relations? 35yrs. Was referred to heart cardiology. Any cause? What tests do I take?

Murmur. Murmur is caused by turbulent blood flow. High blood pressure can be associated with turbulent blood flow. Many other things also are associated. Discuss your situation with the cardiologist that you see. A history and exam are the first steps. The cardiologist can explain any additional testing that may be indicated for you. We have lots of possible tests depending on the infomation needed. Read more...