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Diet for Mild Mitral Valve Prolapse

What is the diet that should be taken for treating Mild Mitral Valve Prolapse ?
Asked On : Mon, 8 Mar 2010
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There is no specific dieat for Mitral valve prolapse. First to reassure you Mitral valve prolapse is not a serious condition and 5-10% people can have it. Some time when it is associated with Leaky Mitral valve then it needs regular follow up and may be treatment.
As far as diet is concerned , people with Mitral valve prolapse tend to have symptoms of palpitation which gets aggravated if you are drinking too much of Tea, Coffee , Alcohal and Coke . So these things should be taken to minimum if some body has got symptoms.
Answered: Wed, 21 Dec 2011
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Hi.. No additional diet is required specifically for mitral valve prolapse... But in presence of a coexisting medical condition, dietary changes specific to the condition is needed.. In general, a low fat, low calorie diet would be essential...

Answered: Thu, 11 Mar 2010
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