Heart Valve Disease

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Heart Valve Disease

Heart Valve Disease

A heart valve problem can be potentially life-threatening with no symptoms or it can often be insignificant with uncomfortable symptoms. The key to diagnose, treat, and prevent valve disease in its early stage is to tell your healthcare provider about irregular symptoms you have that you’re concerned about.

Heart valve disorders are developed by a leakage of blood in the valve or narrowing of the valve opening that affects the functioning of a heart valve i.e. to ensure the continuous flow of blood in a forward direction.

Causes of Heart Valve Disease:

There are several certain causes for the acquired heart valve disease; whereas, congenital heart valve disease occurs before birth when the heart is developing. The causes may include, but not limited to:

  • Heart conditions and other cardiovascular disorders, such as heart attack, cardiomyopathy, aortic aneurysm, and coronary artery disease
  • Age-related change....
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