Question: I was just told I have a heart murmur. As a child they saw me one, but the doctors said it would disappear. I am 33 years old, I do not feel anything strange and I lead a normal life. What symptoms should I watch out for? Siomara (Madrid)
Answer: A heart murmur is nothing more than a noise the doctor hears when listening to the heart with the stethoscope. Having a breath does not mean you have any disease. In fact, most murmurs do not usually have any significance, are produced by the same passage of blood inside the heart and are easier to hear in children, young women and thin people.