Innocent heart murmurs are caused by blood flowing through your heart faster than usual. This can be caused by: anaemia (when you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells to carry a normal amount of oxygen around your body). Abnormal heart murmurs are caused by a problem with your heart. The problem could be:Can a heart murmur indicate a serious heart problem?
Sometimes, heart murmurs can occur when you’re feeling under the weather, running a fever, or are pregnant. Most heart murmurs are normal and may run in your family. However, abnormal heart murmurs are signs of a more serious problem like heart disease. Abnormal murmurs often come with other symptoms.Is there a cure for heart murmur?
With louder murmurs, there are medications which can support how the heart pumps and prolong a good quality of life. These drugs include angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, diuretics, and positive inotropes. A particularly important medication is pimobendan (TM Vetmedin.)