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www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/mitral-valve-regurgitation/symptoms...

Treatment of mitral valve regurgitation depends on how severe your condition is, whether it's getting worse and whether you have symptoms. For mild leakage, treatment is usually not necessary. You may need heart surgery to repair or replace the valve for severe leakage or regurgitation.

www.healthtap.com/topics/moderate-to-severe-mitral-valve-regurgitation

Helpful, trusted answers from doctors: Dr. Neish on moderate to severe mitral valve regurgitation: Mitral valve prolapse is a common, typically mild condition in which one or both of the valve leaflets bulge backwards during valve closure. Mitral insufficiency is abnormal, backward leakage through the closed valve. If mild, negative effects are unusual.

myheart.net/articles/aortic-regurgitation-a-leaky-aortic-valve

The leak is moderate, the heart is not significantly enlarged, there are no overly concerning findings. The aorta, aortic valve and the ventricle need to be followed closely with at least yearly echocardiograms. It would take severe leak with symptoms or evidence of heart failure to warrant surgical intervention.

www.webmd.com/heart/leaky-heart-valve-symptoms-causes-treatments

Frequently, a leaky heart valve causes no symptoms. Many healthy people have one or more valves that are slightly leaky. If the heart valve leak is severe, it may impair the forward flow of blood.

www.medhelp.org/posts/Heart-Disease/Moderate-Mitral-Valve-Regurgitation/show/...

Can mitral valve regurgitation be reversed. As per echo(at rest) report I had mild MR at the time of MI nine months back. Yesterday I got the stress echo test and the report says moderate mitral valve regurgitation. LA is dilated(it is for quite some time) and LA is dilated since MI. The report ...

www.heart-valve-surgery.com/heart-surgery-blog/2011/03/15/asymptomatic-mitral...

Thanks so much for passing on my question, “Should asymptomatic Patients with moderate-to severe mitral Regurgitation have surgery? I just had my latest ECHO on Feb 26. 2011, so although I worry a bit, I’ll probably wait until my next ECHO, as suggested by Dr Adams, in early 2012 to talk with my cardiologist abut having a stress ECHO ...

www.heart.org/en/health-topics/heart-valve-problems-and-disease/heart-valve...

What is aortic valve regurgitation? Aortic regurgitation is leakage of the aortic valve each time the left ventricle relaxes. A leaking (or regurgitant) aortic valve allows blood to flow in two directions. Oxygen-rich blood either flows out through the aorta to the body — as it should — but some ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1767516

The clinical outcome of patients with symptomatic severe mitral regurgitation caused by primary mitral valve disease is very poor so that there is uniform agreement that valve surgery is indicated for symptoms due to primary mitral valve regurgitation.

www.belmarrahealth.com/leaky-heart-valve-symptoms-causes-treatments

A leaky tricuspid valve is considered to be relatively normal, so long as it isn’t significant, however high blood pressure in the pulmonary artery may cause the leak to be severe. Finally, a ...

www.healthguideinfo.com/heart-valve-conditions/p97207

Many patients will not suffer any symptoms of a leaking aortic valve when the condition is present. However, they may arise at any time and can include edema, weight gain and discomfort of the chest, to name a few. Contrary to popular belief, the absence or presence of these symptoms is not indicative of the severity of the condition. Several of these issues can be attributed to multiple ...