I am a 27 yr old woman that was recently diagnose with Mitro valve prolapse. Ove time I had several health issues that I am concern about. First I had and inflamation of my thumb wich resulted in a splinter hemorrhage in my nail. At the hospital the doc claimed that it could be gout arthritis. Its been now over 2 months and I still have it, and I have notice that some sort of pus is coming out thru the top of my nail. I did some research on the internet and turns out that it could be related to several health conditions. Second I have been sufering many aches and pains in my joints especially in my shoulder and elbow. I dont want to rush to the clinic, since everytime I go my doc tells me is nothing.
For the MVP I was prescribed metoporol 25mg but still have a lot palpitations and dizziness plus severe anxiety attacks. I also seem to have aproblem every time I go to lay down in my bed, It feels as if when I am laying down I feel that I am about to faint. I get very short of breath dizzy and feel as if I was going to faint.
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