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    ​Can a small, acute aortic valve tear heal itself?

    ​Can a small, acute aortic valve tear heal itself? I had a small anterior flail leaflet that was causing aortic regurgitation. Based on the sudden drop in my diastolic blood pressure (from 80 to 30s), and no previous murmur, the tear could have happened acutely during heavy squats. However, my...
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    Sugar industry paid Harvard scientists to blame fat for heart disease

    For those who blindly follow 'peer reviewed studies' (and dismissed Dr. Dwight Lundell as a 'quack'): Revealed: How the sugar industry paid prestigious Harvard researchers to say fat (NOT sugar) caused heart disease Newly-unveiled papers reveal sugar industry bribed Harvard scientists It was...
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    Sex and endocarditis

    Can sex increase the risk?
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    Angiogram and aortic valve

    Is there a potential for injury to an aortic leaflet with an angiogram?
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    Tissue valves and increased risk of blood clots without Warfarin?

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/doctors-discover-potential-problem-with-implanted-heart-valves-1.2596071
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    First post - Bicuspid Aortic Valve

    Hello all, First post here. Here's my story. Late last December, I started experiencing what a doctor initially thought was acid reflux (something I had never had before). The doctor then prescribed Tecta, a proton pump inhibitor...but the symptoms continued. At a follow up appointment at the...
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    First post - Bicuspid Aortic Valve

    *************moving thread to Heart talk********************* Hello all, First post here. Here's my story. Late last December, I started experiencing what a doctor initially thought was acid reflux (something I had never had before). The doctor then prescribed Tecta, a proton pump...
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