Mitral valve prolapse

What is Mitral valve prolapse?

Excess tissue in the mitral valve (valve between the upper (atrium) and lower (ventricle) chambers of the heart on the left side) bulges into the left atrium during systole.

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I have minor regurgitation and have had 2 bouts of a-fib. I also have mitral valve prolapse. Is a-fib common with the minor regurgitation and or...

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Hello, I am a 52 yro female, 19 years ago I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse. I was told it would not heal itself, I was pregnant with my...

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Brief Answer:
Yes you need to check your ECG and echo

Detailed Answer:
Yes, you need to check up. If you were be patient I would order an...

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