Mild Mitral Regurgitation

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I been having weird feelings in my arms with palpitations and chest pain The GP found a heart Murmur I was sent for echo which found my mumor was due to a Mitral Regurgitation, I'm a lady aged 48 and over weight, I was told I need to lose weight and I go to cardiac chest pain clinic next week, just wondered if anyone knows. Or has this, My chest pains Up into my neck and jaw I still have but hoping they will go, thank you for reading

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    If say your weight is the problem but you should be fine but to avoid any future problems start exercising and dieting within your means and you'll be alright

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    Hi Michelle,

    I have mitral and aortic regurgitation, and a leaking aortic valve. My valves are both mechanical. I'm 23 and have had it most of my life.

    If its just mild they usually wont operate or do anything (unless they find any more issues)

    It is very important to not be overweight though as this adds extra pressure on the heart x

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    Is the chest pain in your neck and jaw new, if so I would be ringing an ambulance, don't take any chances.

    I know my husband had an appointment for the following week when he collapsed at Easter, took my letter with me to the hospital, to show them his Dr's name, for that appt, he was admitted and treated straight away, appt cancelled for the following week.

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    I"ve had MVP all my life (55) people can live thier whole lives without needing the valve replaced or repaired.  Try to keep the weight down as he/she said, keep as  much press off the valve and exercise at least walk to keep the blood moving forward.  People with this condition tend to have more anxiety so try to keep calm as much as possible.


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