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What is Mitral Regurgitation ?

When I cry tears of grief I get pain come into my left hand and my heart palpitates and echoes in my chest like I m just so tired that it struggles to beat normally and thumps and slows down despite me having sinus tachycardia most of the time. I ve been told I have mild mitral regurgitation as well as tachycardia most of the time and I have c.f.s/ m.e if they are relevent to this. I m 27 and have debilitating symptoms of fatigue, palpitations and excercise intolerance since early teens Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 24 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care magic.This symptoms are due to palpitation.You are having mitral regurgitation means blood from mitral valve falls back in the chamber of heart where valve is located.You should visit your doctor and ask for some medicinal help to get rid of symptoms,when your heart can meet the increase demand of increase in blood supply when you do exercise or work this can pl.see your doctor.
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