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Thanks for writing in, and I understand your concern. Firstly I need to have a look at your echocardiogram report. So I guess, most probably, this is an insignificant abnormality on echocardiogram and may not require any assessment or treatment. However, trivial leaks usually occur across the valves, and when it increases in severity, it is only considered abnormal, requiring evaluation. Share your echocardiogram report after it is available to confirm the severity. Also, can you tell me how much your LDL level is? Secondly, if it is not severely elevated, dietary and lifestyle modifications should be undertaken, like reducing the intake of oily, fried, high-calorie food and regular exercises. Repeat low-density lipoproteins (LDL) test. It should be done after two to three months to see the response of healthy lifestyle. So, in a nutshell, the slight leak is probably a normal finding. However, I can confirm after seeing your echocardiogram report. I hope this helps you. Regards.