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A diagnosis of aortic valve disease means your aortic valve doesn’t work properly. The aortic valve controls blood flow from the heart to the rest of your body. When it malfunctions, you may feel short of breath and weak.
There are two types of aortic valve disease — aortic regurgitation and aortic stenosis.
Aortic valve regurgitation, or aortic insufficiency, occurs when the aortic valve does not close tightly. This allows some of the blood that was pumped out of the heart to leak backward.
This leakage may prevent your heart from efficiently pumping blood to the rest of the body, and it can cause you to feel fatigued and/or short of breath. This can affect your overall health and
Aortic regurgitation may be related to the following conditions:
If you suffer from aortic regurgitation, you may not have any symptoms for years or may have or develop the following symptoms:
When an aortic valve becomes stenotic, it does not open properly, thus affecting the amount of oxygen-rich blood that leaves the heart with each beat. If you suffer from aortic stenosis, an increased burden is placed on your heart, which may weaken the heart muscle and affect your health.