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Diastolic dysfunction and resulting a-fib

Heart Rhythm Conditions | Last Active: Feb 25 4:05pm | Replies (38)

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Does anyone have familiarity with diastolic dysfunction? I just had an echo done and it resulted in that as well thickened left ventricle and showing my mitral valve was moderately thickened. My family practitioner mentioned to get another echo in a year and see what it shows again. The report said that only my mitral valve could be shown on the echo which I thought was odd – what about my other valves? ?!!. Im wondering if I should go see a cardiologist.

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I have diastolic dysfunction and I would suggest you see a cardiologist. Personally, I would recommend Mayo, if possible.

@scladybug Yes I would see a cardiologist there are so many more things about the heart the cardiologist can help you better then a g.p.

Hi everyone! I just received my results from my echo and it shows Abnormal left ventricular diastolic filling is observed, consistent with impaired LV relaxation… It also says The mitral valve leaflets are mildly thickened and there is mild mitral regurgitation observed – the jet appears to be eccentric. There is mild tricuspid regurgitation.. anyone have this or know what it all means?

My ekg shows 1 degree AV block with normal sinus rhythm. My echocardiogram reveals: abnormal left ventricular relaxation (grade 1 diastolic dysfunction. atrium is mildly dilated. Aortic valve is trileaflet and are mildly thickened. Aortic sclerosis. Tricuspid valve reveals trivial regurgitation and mild pulmonary hypertension. Is this of any concern and what can I do to make it better. I am 71 y/o and also have Type II diabetes with cirrhosis of the liver due to diabetes.

Hi @dh38 and @mollyb1968,

You may notice that I moved your message and combined it with this existing discussion. I did this as I thought it would be beneficial for you to meet other members who are discussing much of what you are experiencing.
If you click on VIEW & REPLY in your email notification, you will see the whole discussion and can join in, meet, and participate with other members talking about their or their loved ones' experiences.

Here’s some info from Mayo Clinic on tricuspid valve regurgitation http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tricuspid-valve-regurgitation/home/ovc-20120489 It includes tips on self-management as well as a video with Mayo Clinic cardiovascular surgeon, Dr. Dearani.

I’d also like to introduce you to a few other members who might provide insight from their heart experiences. Please meet @bjanderson @tomonthebeach @carnes @mikkeleo @lyndylou @frande @dave2455 @shakuni11 @ch246cf10 @lizm53 @tavrm @yoanne @cindym1960 and volunteer mentors @hopeful33250 and @predictable.

Can anyone tell me what ao v2 max on a echo is and what is the normal range

Hello< I am a 49 year old Female that has just been Diagnosed with Diastolic Dysfunction. My heart was fine until after I had the Moderna vaccine. I had no issues nothing and then after that I started swelling and went to the Dr and the did a cardiac panel on my. She said my BNP was 253 and she put me on a water pill 80 mgs. I then had it checked again after the 2 months and my BNP is 30. I am so scared and my diet has gotten worse as I have been anxiety eating and drinking. I have a Cardiologist appt in 2 weeks. I am scared and do not know how to handle this and this itself has put a ton of stress on me. I cant get myself settled.

I do not have Afib or High blood pressure. I am have problems with Sodium intake and fluids. Im having a difficult time accepting this and my diet is worse since my diagnosis and my thought process is all over the place.