Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a burdensome condition that can affect physical activity, social functioning, and emotional well-being. Symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and lack of energy can significantly affect your quality of life. Unsurprisingly, people with more severe PAH symptoms tend to have a lower quality of life.
Although PAH is not curable, there are many ways people living with PAH can make sure their symptoms are managed as effectively as possible. Take this quiz to find out whether there might be steps you can take to start feeling better with PAH.
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Did this quiz provide some ideas for how you might better manage your PAH symptoms? Do you feel more prepared to talk to your doctor about symptom management? Share in the comments below, or start a conversation with others on your Activities page.