hello sir, i am a 25 year old male..i was diagnosed with vsd by birth..it was so small to be of much concern..2 years i had a echo for it..it showed my vsd has completely healed..but came up witha finding of infundibular pulmonary stenosis which is moderate in severity..dr put me on conservative treatment..at present i am having a bit of fatigue on exertion..which soon subsides on taking rest..but 2 months back,i suddenly developed fever of high grade reaching nearly101f..with headache.malaise..which last for five days after taking antibiotic for the same period..since then i never have such symptom again by god grace..i want to know by any means it is related to endocarditis..also i have studied isolated pulmonary stenosis rarely lead to endocarditis as its complication..plz sir help me out on this coz i am really worried about it..also plz comment on the outcome of my surgery as if would be living symptom free through rest of my life with no difficulty in future..plz consider my question sir..thanking you...
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