Eisenmenger syndrome is a cyanotic heart defect characterized by a long-standing intracardiac shunt (caused by ventricular septal defect, atrial septal defect, or less commonly, patent ductus arteriosus) that eventually reverses to a right-to-left shunt.
Symptoms: Bluish lips, fingers, toes, and skin (cyanosis) Chest pain. Coughing up blood. Dizziness. Fainting. Feeling tired. Shortness of breath. Stroke.
Signs and symptoms of Eisenmenger syndrome include the following: Cyanosis (a blue tinge to the skin resulting from lack of oxygen), High red blood cell count, Swollen or clubbed finger tips (clubbing), Fainting (also known as syncope), Heart failure, Abnormal heart rhythms, Bleeding disorders, Coughing up blood, Iron deficiency, Infections (endocarditis and pneumonia), Kidney problems, Stroke, Gout (rarely) due to increased uric acid resorption and production with impaired excretion, Gallstones, Cyanosis (pale blue or grayish skin due to decreased oxygen in the blood), Dyspnea, Shortness of breath at rest, Fatigue, Chest pain or chest tightness, Heart palpitations, Headache, Dizziness or syncope, Paresthesias, Blurred vision.