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Diagnosed with MVP..any medication

Hi,

I have been experiencingchest pain and a mild fever for past four week. I had a blood test( full blood picture) and echo test ; the blood test came out normal buti was diagnosed with MVP..Mitral valve prolapse...my doctor told me I shouldn't be worried , however I still experience the chest pain..and I'm worried.

I first experienced this type of pain back in 2002 ( I'm currently 26) ; it goes away and come back especially after sexual intercourse ...what should I do .. Are there prescription med that I can take . I tried some antibiotics but they failed; used to work previously ..please help.

By Rweyb
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

If the EKG was normal, you don't have to worry about Mitral valve prolapse. Antibiotics may not help with the chest pain. Beta blockers and aspirin are indicated if you have rhythm abnormalities or if prone for blood clots. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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Thank you very much!
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Take Care.
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