A leaky heart valve can be dangerous, although it is not always cause for concern; some people with a leaky mitral valve do not even require treatment, notes WebMD. The standard approach to treating a leaky heart valve i... More »

The symptoms of a leaky heart valve can include rapid heartbeat, fatigue, lightheadedness and palpitations, WebMD says. In severe cases, a leaky heart valve can cause fluid retention in the body, especially the legs, and... More »

Exercising with a leaky heart valve should begin with light activities, such as walking or swimming. Any high-exertion activities or contact sports should be cleared by a doctor before participating as they can further d... More »

According to WebMD, a leaky heart valve is a valve in the heart that leaks blood during normal contraction or relaxation. There are four valves of the heart that may become leaky. More »

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Low blood pressure, or hypotension, is generally not a concern and requires no treatment in healthy people, according to WebMD. Low blood pressure can signify a more ominous underlying health problem, particularly in the... More »

In some cases, a swollen finger is a cause for concern, as it may be a symptom of an infection or broken bone, notes Healthgrades. Most often, finger swelling is a sign of injury, infection or a degenerative condition. I... More »

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The heart'saortic valve becomescalcified when deposits of calcium form on it. These calcium deposits typically affect the leaflets of the valve, thus preventing the proper closing and opening of the aortic valve, accordi... More »

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