What are the signs and symptoms of Primary Pulmonary Hypertension?

The most common symptoms of primary pulmonary hypertension are related to difficulty with breathing. They include: Progressive shortness of breath (especially with activity) Hyperventilation (breathing harder and faster) Fatigue (tiring easily) Progressive weakness Fainting spells Lightheadedness or dizziness Coughing up blood Progressive cyanosis (blue tinge to lips hands and feet) These symptoms may occur at presentation, or progress over a period of time. ...

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