I recently had a small stroke. After going thru many medical tests, I found out I have a very thin septal wall that is waving around. Also i have a mild regurgitation I believe in the mitral valve. My heart is mildly larger than normal but not called an enlarged heart. I have excellent collestoral levels and my arteres are clear. I was told other than that it seemed there was no other problems. What is the normal approach to this problem? Will they want to operate? I am on many supplements for the heart beside 312mg aspirin. Bee Pollen which is supposed to thin the blood and prevent red blood cells from forming clots, 2000 mg cinnamon w/chromium, CoQ10 100 mg, Flaxseed oil 2000 mg, vit D 1000mg, tumeric and a few more. what is your best prognoses?