No, you should see a cardiologist. The heart is a muscle like any other. For instance, if it has to beat harder because your blood pressure is high, it will get more enlarged from working. You should be followed and watched closely for high blood pressure and the heart enlarging further. I too have one, and I see a cardiologist even tho so far I have no symptoms. In my case its hereditary and I can see where I'll be headed by looking at my Mom and all her siblings. There are things that can be done when it becomes problematic.
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