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Pregnant, mitral valve collapse, have terrible migraine, dizziness, low appetite, nausea, frequent cloudy urination. How can I reduce this?

I m 17 wks pregnant with mitral valve prolapse . I ve been getting dizzy , having a terrible migraine on my right side I m also seeing black spots thru my right eye. I can t stand up, I m so dizzy. I don t have an appetite . When I eat I get nauseous. I m also peeing more than normal & its cloudy. Please help me figure something out I m miserable
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013

Mitral valve prolapse is the common among the cardiac disorders of the pregnancy. Normally 60% of the people will not have any symptoms. But in stressful conditions as pregnancy some people will develop symptoms like,


Chest pain,

Weakness, easy fatigability,

Dizziness, light headedness when getting above,

Shortness of breath,

Dysautonomia symptoms like anxiety, migraine headaches etc.,

Worsening of these symptoms indicate the development of mitral insufficiency.

Now you have to consult your cardiologist immediately for further treatment. As you are in second trimester this is good time for any procedures if needed.

take care

Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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