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The good news is that many heart murmurs aren’t dangerous. In fact, many heart murmurs go away on their own over a few months or years. Whether you need treatment for your heart murmur will depend on what type of murmur you have.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.What causes a normal heart murmur?
What Causes a Heart Murmur? Most heart murmurs are caused by normal blood flow in the heart. While rare, these birth defects can cause specific heart murmurs in babies: Septal defects: These are defects like a hole in the wall between the heart’s chambers. Valve problems: Heart valves open and close to let blood pass through. Sometimes these ...