I am 26 years old, my first echo showed, thickened mitral valve leaflet, systolic mitral valve prolapse, and mild mitral regurgitation. I have recently had a echo which showed a Atrial Septal Aneurysm, with mild mitral regurgitation, and trivial tricuspid regurgitation. I also have had a holter monitor which the results were normal sinus rhythm with occasional premature atrial contraction and premature ventricular contraction. Also I tested positive to a tilt table test, results are as follows.... patient developed hypotension associated with bradycardia and syncope. My bp is 106/64 and pulse is 99. I was expierencing passing out spells and went to the cardiologist because of them. After all of these test he told me nothing and told me to come back in four months. This was 7 years ago and I never went back, I know that was not smart but after three months of test and thousands of dollars I expected some answers and I got none. Now seven years later I have another echo and it shows this Aneurysm. I can't find alot of research on it, and I don't know how much of this actually goes togather with the aneurysm. So my question is what does all of this mean? Does all of this tie back to the same problem and if not what is the important things, because I have got an appointment with a new cardiologist because my family doctor feels that something should have been done about this before expecially when I tested positive to the tilt table test.. Any advice is deeply appriecitated!!
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