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Grade 2 Dystolic Dysfuntion

So for many years I have been treated for atrial tachycardia with pvc’s. Even had an ablation about 5 years ago which helped for awhile. The symptoms have now come back and a echo was done as well as a halter monitor. My echo showed
Left atrium mildly dilated, right atrium mildly enlarged, aortic valve is trileaflet and mildly thickened. Left ventricle mild hypertrophy. I was told I had grade 2 diastolic dysfunction. So my question is? Are all these separate issues ? Or do these issues make up the diagnosis of the diastolic dysfunction
Also my resting heart rate is always in the 90’s if I go do dishes, walk to another room or shower my heart rate goes up over 100. Is this all the dysfunction?
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Most probably yes.  But what is causing the dysfunction... is anyone looking into that?
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