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Murmurs and risk of heart disease
It is more likely your murmur was misdiagnosed, either now or in the past! The best way to settle this is with a cardiac ECHO:
The noise you hear in your ears is the sound of a normal heart beat and some people are more sensitive to these than others.
You can calculate here whether you are at risk for heart disease:
Hope this helps,
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