Free: Women's "Heart Health" Web Chat w/ Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist!
Women’s Cardiovascular Health — Thursday, February 5, 2009, 12:00 p.m. — 1:00 p.m.(EST)
Dr. Leslie Cho, a Cleveland cardiologist and Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Center, will provide answers to your questions about prevention, treatment and what women should know when dealing with heart disease, during this free live web chat Thursday, February 5, 2009, 12:00 p.m. — 1:00 p.m.(EST). You may begin asking questions on Wednesday, 2/4. They will be answered during the web chat on 2/5.
I have just read results of an echo that mention my aortic valve is sclerotic with a mild-mod degree of regurgutation. My LA, and LV are normal in size and tricuspid valve normal too. Trace calcified mitral valve. Is this anythintg to worry about? I have had echos every 5 years until now because of regurgitation and a strong murmer. Before the results have all showed trivial, then mild regurgitation.
I am 61 and taking calcium and fosamax for osteoporosis so wonder if that is producing too much clacium?? Or am I just imagining this?
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