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Aortic Valve Regurgitation (cont.)

Medications

Treatment for chronic aortic valve regurgitation includes medicines to reduce blood pressure. If you have valve replacement surgery, you will need to take medicines to prevent infection and blood clots around the artificial valve.

Medicines to reduce blood pressure

If your regurgitation is moderate to severe, your doctor may prescribe blood pressure medicine such as:

Medicines for other problems

Medicines after valve surgery

If you have valve replacement surgery, you may need:

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