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Is this the start of Pulmonary Hypertension. Recent echo report.

Is thisI have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Classical type & due to this I have to have routine echocardiograms to check the Aorta which as been fine since my first echo around 25 years ago. I have had a total of 5 echos now & they all have shown a mild regurgitation of the mitral valve. I had my last echo in June 2019 & I have just received my results. Everything is normal & within normal range but I now have a mild regurgitation on the tricuspid valve plus what is concerning me is the PAp reading (Pulmonary artery pressure) which is reading 28mmhg + RAp
My VTR  (Tricuspid regurgitation) is 2.64m/s so using the Bernoulli equation:  sRVP = 4 x TRvel2 + RAP
I get 31mmhg which is within reason depending what part of the world you are in. I have no symptoms what so ever & I go to the gym 4 nights per week & can do cardio for an hour with absolutely no loss of breath.

Should I be worried?
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Echo frequently are wrong... to know for sure you need a right heart cath.
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