Mitral Stenosis / Aortic Stenosis

Ayurvedic Treatment For Heart Stenosis: Mitral Stenosis, Aortic Stenosis, Tricuspid Stenosis, Pulmonar Stenosis

Ayurvedic Clinic – Doctor for Heart Valve Stenosis

What is Heart Valve Stenosis ?

• Stenosis commonly refers to an obstruction or narrowing of a passageway.
• In the heart valve context, stenosis indicates that the valve fails to open properly.
• The valve typically has two or three flaps, known as Bicuspid and Tricuspid.
• If these flaps thicken, stiffen, calcify, fuse together, or develop fibrosis, it can lead to an obstruction in the valve opening, resulting in a condition known as heart valve stenosis.

Cause of Heart Valve Stenosis:

1. Age plays a role in the development of certain diseases.
2. Some diseases may be present from birth, referred to as congenital valve disease or heart defects.
3. Calcification, or the buildup of calcium on the valves, is a common cause of stenosis.
4. Rheumatic heart disease and infective endocarditis are conditions related to inflammatory reactions from infections. Rheumatic fever can lead to permanent heart damage, known as Rheumatic Heart Disease.
5. Some diseases have unknown causes.

Other Causes

Coronary Artery Disease

Miocardial Infraction

Cardiomyopathy

Syphilis

Hypertension

Aortic Aneurysm

Connective Tissue Disease

Some type of drugs & radiation

Types – Stenosis of Valves

Mitral Stenosis

Aortic Stenosis

Tricuspid Stenosis

Pulmonary Stenosis

Symptom’s – Stenosis Valves

DOE – Dyspnea on Exertion

Shortness of breath after exertion, exercise

Shortness of breath after lie down

Chest pain, Chest Congestion, Chest Discomfort

Semi Unconsciousness, Fatigue, Giddiness

Palpitation, Raised Heart Rate

Dryness in mouth, throat

Dry Cough

Diagnosing Methods:

1. Patient symptoms and signs
2. Diagnostic tests

1. Two-dimensional(2DEcho) echocardiogram
2. Cardiac computed tomography scan
3. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
4. Cardiac catheterization
5. Transesophageal echocardiography

Types – Stenosis of Valves:

Mild

Moderate

Severe

According to medical science guidelines, there are two types of treatments available.

Medical Management

Surgery

According to medical standards, the disease progresses gradually. Therefore, the initial step is to pursue medical treatment followed by observation. What type of medical treatment is administered to patients in such cases?

Top Ayurvedic Treatment for Mitral and Aortic Stenosis available at Dhage Healthcare Cardio Protective Center in Pune, India.

Ayurvedic treatment at Dhage Healthcare Cardio Protective Ayurved Clinic Pune is provided for Mitral stenosis and aortic stenosis to offer symptomatic relief and slow down the progression of the diseases. Slowing down the progression of the diseases is crucial for both patients and doctors. Numerous patients suffering from mitral and aortic stenosis have been treated at Dhage Healthcare Cardio Protective Ayurved Center Pune.

Surgery is definitely considered the last resort.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Mitral Stenosis and Aortic Stenosis Without Surgery or Operation

Case Studies:

Mrs. Sudha Shivaji Rane, from Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, has been experiencing severe mitral re-stenosis since July 2008.
History of undergoing balloon mitral valvuloplasty five years ago. Currently experiencing dyspnea, chest pain, chest congestion, and dry cough. Recommended for valve replacement. Following treatment at Dhage Healthcare, the patient experienced significant symptom improvement within a few days. Subsequent investigation revealed that the 2D ECHO report showed Good Improvements of the mitral valve.

Mrs. Suvarna Zagade from Ratnagiri, who was experiencing severe mitral stenosis, visited Dhage Healthcare in 2010.
Addressed to DOE, experiencing a dry cough and semi-consciousness. Mitral valve replacement was recommended, but she was not yet mentally prepared for surgery. Consequently, she sought treatment at Dhage Healthcare. Following their ayurvedic care, she experienced symptomatic relief within a few days and continues to do so.

Mr. Nilesh, a 33-year-old individual from Vidharbha, Maharashtra, has a history of severe mitral valve stenosis.
2D echocardiogram analysis reveals the presence of severe mitral stenosis with a mitral valve area of 1.5 cm2. However, the patient is currently not deemed suitable for surgery due to physical and mental reasons, prompting a visit to Dhage Healthcare Clinic in Pune. The patient presented with symptoms including dyspnea on exertion, chest pain, chest congestion, palpitations, and fatigue after walking 100 meters. Following treatment with Dhage Healthcare’s ayurvedic remedies, significant improvement was observed, with the patient becoming asymptomatic. Presently, the patient can comfortably walk for up to 30 minutes, demonstrating a notable enhancement in overall well-being. A subsequent 2D echocardiogram post-treatment indicated a reduction in mitral stenosis severity, with the mitral valve area increasing to 1.7 cm2. This improvement in the patient’s condition reflects the exceptional care provided by Dhage Healthcare in Pune, India.

Mr. Amol, aged 35, is a known case of severe rheumatic multi-valve heart disease.
The patient is experiencing Dyspnea on exertion (DOE) and severe palpitations while sitting or at rest, along with episodes of semi-unconsciousness. The initial 2DECHO report, conducted before treatment at Dhage Healthcare, indicated severe Mitral Stenosis, Aortic Stenosis, Tricuspid Stenosis, Mitral Regurgitation, Aortic Regurgitation, and Tricuspid Regurgitation. The patient has been diagnosed with multi-valvular heart disease, making any valve surgery a relatively high-risk procedure due to the patient not being physically or mentally prepared for it. Following treatment at Dhage Healthcare involving Ayurvedic remedies for three months, the patient’s symptoms have significantly improved. Despite being a truck driver, he is now able to work comfortably according to his age. This is his first follow-up visit, and a repeat 2DECHO has not been conducted.