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If you’re noticing symptoms worsening, I agree with @cynaburst and @colleen_young on seeking a second opinion.

Here are some resources that explain how to go about that, since it might be a new experience and it’s common to have hesitations doing so:
http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/More/ConsumerHealthCare/Getting-a-Second-Medical-Opinion_UCM_434325_Article.jsp#.Vwus_j-hK70

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Thank you all very much. I was so shocked to hear this Dx. Never thought i would have a heart issue, ive always been an active hiker, runner and biker. However, this past 2 years ive noticed my energy level just wasnt the same. I blamed it on moving from sunny AZ where i lived for the past 16 yrs , back to cold and dreary Iowa to be near family.
I will call my primary and have them suggest a cardiologist for a 2nd opinion.

BEST IN ARIZONA DR ROBERT RILEY IN SCOTTSDALE HES GOING TO FIX MY MITRAL VALVE SOON NEVER MIND JUST SAW YOU MOVED SORRY

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