Silence is not golden. 
Life is.

Fatigue, dizziness, or shortness of breath? These can be symptoms of aortic stenosis (AS). Learn what to look for and how to speak up.

AS patient Gary with golf club and child next to image of patient Darian sitting at a table with a mug in her hands

Gary and Darian, patients with aortic stenosis

What is My AS Journey?

My AS Journey is an interactive toolkit that provides educational materials and resources to help patients with aortic stenosis understand how to navigate their next steps. Whether you were just diagnosed, are looking for guidance on how to monitor your symptoms, or need help choosing the best procedure for you, these materials offer information in one interactive, easy-to-navigate place.

The My AS Journey Interactive Toolkit is designed to meet patients, like you, at four key times along their journey:

My AS Journey videos

The following videos offer highlights of each stop along the way of My AS Journey.

STOP 1: Diagnosed with aortic stenosis — what now?

STOP 2: Weighing your treatment options

STOP 3: Preparing for treatment

STOP 4: Recovery and getting back to active living

Know the symptoms of aortic stenosis

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your cardiologist right away.

Chest pain

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Feeling dizzy or light-headed

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Difficulty walking short distances

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Trouble breathing or feeling out of breath

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Rapid, fluttering heartbeat

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Interactive My AS Journey toolkit

This toolkit provides all the resources available to help you navigate your own journey with aortic stenosis. Download the My AS Journey Interactive Toolkit today!

Screenshot of the My AS Journey on a tablet device