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What are the symptoms of tricuspid valve disease?

Mild tricuspid valve disease often does not cause any symptoms.

Severe tricuspid valve disease may cause a pulsing in the neck, fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, and swelling.

Babies born with tricuspid valve problems may tire easily, be short of breath, and have blue-tinged skin or lips.

This content originally appeared online in "The Patient Guide to Heart, Lung, and Esophageal Surgery" from the Society of Thoracic Surgery.

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