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acyanotic congenital heart disease
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acyanotic congenital heart disease

My baby is 8 months old and on a regular checkup doctor detected systolic murmur but my all pregancy scans tiffa scan reported normal  and baby has no problem so iscit pssiblethat he may have chd, his growth is normal and hecis active im an hy
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Most children who are found to have heart murmurs have no significant heart disease, and these normal murmurs of childhood are termed "innocent" or benign murmurs.  If a fetal echocardiogram was normal, then it generally rules out serious congenital heart disease, but we can never rule out minor forms of heart disease (small holes, minor valve abnormalities) on a fetal echocardiogram.  As such, getting a check up with a pediatric cardiologist is a good idea.  It is good news that your baby is healthy and growing well.
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