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... ed this past April the enlargement. All is fine now. You should get ahold of your Dr and have him send you to a cardiologist that can explain in detail what a Mitral Valve Prolapse is. Write down all of you questions to ask him because you have every right to know what is wrong with you. ... (5 replies)
... I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse in 1992 when I was 18 years old. For a long time it bothered me severely every day, palpatations, chest tightness, short of breath. ... (12 replies)
... Adam, I've read two great books on MVPS (which I also have). The books have explained a lot for me including the anxiety, which I've always battled. The books are: Confronting Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome by Lyn Fredrickson, and The Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome/Dysautonomia Survival Guide by James F. Durante. The books explain each symptom, discuss diet & exersize for... (3 replies)

... perspective, the mitral valve pulls in blood returning form the body, it's then pumped out, into the lungs, where it will receive oxygen and enter the tricuspid valve back into the heart, and then be sent to the rest of the body to deliver the oxygen... The Mitral valve can ocasionally have a slight defect... ... (4 replies)
... Hey guys. I am 18 year old, male. Trying to come off this and I feel a little nervous about it. My doctor, stupidly enough,last time I came off this medication suddenly I had scary effects-___- like 4 days after. So the doctors in the hospital strongly recommended that I went back on the beta blockers. So I did for two months, I asked my cardiologist about weaning off them... (0 replies)
... Hi Martini! :wave: Sorry that you are having such a difficult time. How long did have you been off the Lisinipril? What problems worsen because you were taking the selective beta blocker Atenolol? The diuretic chlorthalidone might have something to do with your heart beat problems in the morning. Diuretics cause important minerals, such as sodium, potassium and... (2 replies)
... and now my heart races every morning....it wakes me up almost every morning around 4 to 7am and I have to take atenolol to stop the racing. I have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure and mitral valve prolapse. I want to get off of this dangerous drug... ... (2 replies)
... Can you develop a side effect from atenolol after using it for a long time. Specifically, can it suddenly start slowing my heart rate even though it has never done so in the past. ... (2 replies)
... Dear Mel8801 Thank you so much for sharing experience about your surgery. Your advices are most helpful to me and I thank you again. It is so good to read that you fully recovered and feel much better now. Here is my story.I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse five years ago and all this time was treated with atenolol. This summer after echocardiogram my... (16 replies)
... had to have it repaired in 2008. I have told both of my adult children that if they have any sort of symptoms to tell the Dr that their mother had MVP. I was on Atenolol for a couple of years before my surgery which seemed to releave any symptoms I was having. ... (4 replies)
... chamber windows. The aortic valve is trileaflet with no unusual calcifications. Pulmonic and tricuspid valves appear normal. Chamber size is normal throughout. ... (3 replies)
... depressants and they don't help me. i am on atenolol and it is helping. ... (8 replies)
... seconds. Just went for a complete cardiac workup...thalium stress test, echo, etc. All they could find was my occasional PVC. Anyway, I take Atenolol 50 mg per day, which helps a lot! But I will tell you the most significant change comes when Im sure to keep up with exercise. ... (10 replies)
... I am supposed to be on Atenolol for the skipped beats but I can't afford to go back to the doc and he won't refill my prescription by phone. ... (68 replies)
... First, on my bottle or prescription leaflet for atenolol it states that you should get up slowly to avoid lightheadedness. ... (12 replies)
... i was diagnosed with aortic prolapes and was taking atenolol had open heart surgery 3 years ago and still taking it. ... (12 replies)
... which many people with mitral valve prolapse SYNDROME have problems with. ... (4 replies)
... I have had mitral valve prolapse and regurgitation for as long as I can remember and take 25mg of atenolol daily. I recently had a ECHO and the results surprised me. The cardiologist told me my Right Ventricle was slightly enlarged at 2. ... (0 replies)
... First, mild mitral valve prolapse will NOT make you suffer cardiac arrest during a treadmill. You can relax about that, and a couple of days without Atenolol will just make the treadmill more accurate. You may experience more palpitations, but those in general are just uncomfortable, not harmful. ... (8 replies)
... I am a 31 year old female. I have been dealing with the ups and downs of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, SVT, PVC's, PAC's, and now a possible diagnosis of "mild" Mitral Valve Prolapse with "trace" regurgitation. ... (0 replies)


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