Pulmonary hypertension is an uncommon lung issue in which the supply routes that convey blood from the heart to the lungs become limited, making it hard for blood to move through the vessels. Accordingly, the blood pressure in these arteries called pulmonary arteries transcends typical dimensions. This strangely high pressure strains the correct ventricle of the heart, making it extend in size. Exhausted and amplified, the correct ventricle continuously ends up more fragile and loses its capacity to pump enough blood to the lungs. This could prompt the advancement of right heart failure.