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Why I get chest pains all of a sudden ?

I got 2 questions to ask you. In December, I got diganose with a heart disease called Mitral Valve Prolapse . They don't know why I get chest pains. I have asthma and I take my puffer everyday but I don't know why I get chest pains all of a sudden ? I want to know I been getting them?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Jul 2010
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Hello.Welcome.Very difficult to give you the reason for your chest pains without examining you.You consult a cardiologist for the proper evaluation of your cardiac status.Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 11 Oct 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
Hi, my 10y/o daugther diagnosed of MVP w/ trivial regurgation and also sinus aryhtmia. as of now, her maintenance med is propranolol 20mg daily. Inspited of that she's still complaining of chest pain. Is there's a posibly that the stage of ruegrgation could lead to severe? how long it will take to become severe stage?
Answered: Sat, 19 Feb 2011
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