I would like to know if anyone has issues with mvp? Lately, when I exercise or stressed my heart starts racing. It scares me sometimes, and it takes a while for my heart to regulate. Sometimes I feel like I am going to have an anxiety attack
What makes you suspect MVP? Have you been diagnosed with MVP (mitral valve prolapse)?
I think it is unlikely that MVP would cause your symptoms. I believe most who have "minor" MVP don't feel anything from it.
I have suffered from a Mitral Valve Regurgitation (leakage) and while it may have contributed to my enlarged left atrium and atrial fibrillation, I am not aware of any symptom I felt that was due to any instance of leakage. I am aware of AFib, and as I suggested that may have been due to the cumulative effects of the leakage over a number of years.
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