My son has been on Stattera for a few years, and for a while he had bad chest pains. We went to the hospital emergency room one night, but left because the pain had subsited. Our doctor suggested that we try treating him for heart burn, since all the test came backk ok. We even went to a heart doctor. We have been treating him with over-the-counter heartburn medicine, and when the pains come, he drinks a sode and burps, and this helps. Good luck.
Heart murmurs mean that some of your blood is going from your right ventricle to your left ventricle without going through your lungs. That could cause a person not to get enough oxygen, which could cause shortness of breath, which could cause fatigue. Did the doctor that heard the heart murmurs make any suggestions such as see a cardiologist? If he did, why didn't you follow up on his suggestions?
In themselves no, heart murmurs however can point to something more serious which can potentially be fatal. Most heart murmurs are innocent do not indicate anything wrong, however some cause the heart to work harder then normal or can point to a serious problem. Each case is unique and should be looked at by a physician to determine the best course of action.
Symptoms of significant heart murmurs are excessive sweating with minimal exertion, dizziness, chest pain, fatigue, swelling or sudden weight gain and fainting. Some other symptoms associated with significant heart murmurs are pale or blueish skin tone, shortness of breath, enlarged liver or neck veins.
There are two types of heart murmurs; innocent and abnormal. Innocent murmurs are common and harmless. They can be caused by pregnancy, fever, or even physical activity. Abnormal heart murmurs are much more serious. They are most commonly caused by congenital heart disease, which may be something like a cardiac shunt or a hole in the heart. However, abnormal murmurs can also be caused by infections such as endocarditis.
If you are wondering for a child, about 1 out of every 2 children have these. Heart murmurs are whooshing sounds that emanates when the blood is swooshing through the heart. It will go away as a child grows up. Adults also can have heart murmurs. If it continues for more than a month, go ask for professional help from a doctor.
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