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Question by  sander (21)

Does trace to mild MR, TR, and pulmonary regurgitation increase with age?


Answer by  worker7654 (1033)

Yes does values do increase a little bit with aging and as long as it is not too much it should be fine.


Answer by  MattK (1713)

Trace to mild MR, TR and/or pulmonary regurgitation, if monitored and managed closely, can be expected to increase only minimally, but generally still manageable. Without good monitoring and careful titration of medical treatment, progression can be expected.


Answer by  pinoot1976 (267)

No, not necessarily. Multiple valve insufficiency can be due to a degenerative process as a result of other diseases like rheumatic disease, hypertension, ventricular failure and others.


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

Yes, most of the time mild MR, TR, and pulmonary problems do increase with age as well as other problems.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

These things can be effected by your age. Other factors that will effect this is weight or other health conditions. Your doctor can tell you what it healthy or normal for you. If anything abnormal is found you should consult a cardiologist. Further testing and treatment can be done to keep you healthy.

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