Causes Of Different Heart Sounds?
Hi, I am 19 years old. I finally “sometimes it is difficult to breathe regularly / normally, is that normal?” When I checked myself, the doctor who treated me said that there was something different from the sound in my heart. And the doctor advised me to consult a doctor. cardiologist, r nAt I was 19 years old, could the disease attack?
Hello, Aziza TL. Thank you for your question to HealthReplies.com.
If the previous doctor said that you found a different heart sound in your heart, then it is likely that it could be congenital heart disease. Congenital heart disease or congenital heart disease is an abnormality in the structure of the heart that occurs from birth. One type of congenital heart disease that is only seen in adolescence or adulthood, namely defects or defects in the septum. Defect or defect in the septum, or leakage of the heart, is a condition where there is a hole between the atria or between the ventricles of the heart. Defect in the atrial septum or in medical language known as atrial septal defect, usually found in adolescents or young adults. If this situation is allowed, it will result in the body's organs and cells experiencing a lack of oxygen which is fatal. Symptoms of a defect in the atrial septum include: shortness of breath during exertion, swelling of the legs, fatigue, and palpitations. These symptoms can occur immediately at birth, during childhood, or may not even show symptoms until adulthood. We recommend that you do an echocardiography examination and consult directly with a cardiologist, so that further examination and treatment can be done.
Here are some things you can do, including: getting enough sleep at least 7-9 hours per day, eating foods with a balanced diet (multiply vegetables and fruits), consuming one or two servings of fish a week, and regularly consulting a doctor. Thus, hopefully useful.