About 5 years ago I developed a heart murmur. My doctor ordered an echocardiogram at the recommendation of a cardiologist. The results were: ejection fraction of 65%, mild mitral valve regurgitation, mild mitral valve prolapse and mitral valve thickening. Now when I listen to my heart I can tell the murmur has gotten worse. My symptoms are hard to describe, but here goes. At times I can actually hear the murmur and feel my heart "squeezing" blood flow, almost like water from a sponge. I had no pain, no shortness of breath, I could just hear it and feel it. Every now and then I'll have remote pain located just under my left breast that lasts less than 30 sec., no shortness of breath or other symptoms. Also, my heart will beat funny and I feel almost panicky but not really, like when you're at the top of a roller coaster, the pain and funny beats are never at the same time. There is a history of heart disease in my family. I am a 34 year old male in relatively good shape. I am going to make a doctors appt. tomorrow. What gives? Thank you in advance for your response.