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We understand that these are evolving and uncertain times that may be causing you frustration and anxiety. You can take control and stay engaged and active in the management of your severe aortic stenosis by monitoring your symptoms and proactively speaking to your doctor to address any concerns.
Due to COVID-19, you may feel anxious or concerned to follow-up with your doctor or attend your scheduled medical appointments for your severe aortic stenosis2.
If you have been referred for further evaluation or for an aortic valve replacement (AVR), maintaining these appointments is essential2. Talk to your physician about your surgery or procedure including any questions you may have about your risks and COVID-19. Your physician will be able to answer your questions and share any particular precautions they are taking for your procedure with regards to COVID-19
Continue to actively monitor changes in your heart health, including your aortic stenosis symptoms and contact your doctor if they begin to worsen.
Use Your Aortic Stenosis Symptom Tracker to record your symptoms to discuss with your doctor at your next medical appointment. Maintaining your scheduled appointments is essential.2