Can i have baby while diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse ?
hi this is aisha i m 32, have marital valve prolapse problem.it was dignozed at age 15.now am married have 2 kids baba and baby. now i want a third baby but my family n dr saying its risky for me.can i take this risk with 35 heart preassure in echo
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You should be happy to have one girl and a boy inspite of having mitral valve prolapse.If the doctors as well as your family members are saying not to take risk of another pregnancy then i guess it is enough reason not to go for it.Still if you think logically it is like you are risking life of mother of two kids just because you want to have another.Heart disease is risky and you have taken your chances so better to avoid pregnancy.
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