How to treat an adult heart murmur will depend on the type and severity of the condition. There are many options available and a doctor will be able to help you to decide on the best treatment option. In many cases, a heart murmur is completely harmless and no treatment will be needed at all. The murmur will either continue and pose no threat to your health or disappear on its own.
- Medication. A doctor may prescribe medication to help treat an adult heart murmur. There are several options available and many doctors choose to prescribe Digoxin for an adult heart murmur. Digoxin helps to strengthen your heart so it can pump more effectively. This not only treats the murmur but can improve your overall cardiovascular health.
- Treating another condition. In most cases a heart murmur is one symptom of another problem. A doctor may prescribe a medication to treat the underlying cause. Statins can be used to lower cholesterol or an ACE inhibitor may be used to lower blood pressure. Lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol will often treat a heart murmur.
- Surgical options. In serious cases, heart surgery will be necessary to treat the underlying condition of the heart murmur. A catheter may need to be put in place or other surgery may be needed to repair damage to the heart. It is important to discuss all of your options with a doctor and specialist in order to choose the option that offers the best chance to treat your condition and the least risk.
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