Will fast heart rate cause mitral valve leakage or are two if those not related at all?

Compensation. Asymptomatic mitral valve regurgitation may compensate by having a faster heart rate. The body can compensate two ways. Either a faster heart rate or more blood per beat. If you are active then your body may compensate for the regurgitation by having a resting heart rate above normal. Follow with a cardiologist. Also ask to see a surgeon so that if you need surgery in the future.
These two are not. Related.Check out these links. Have a great week! http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/mitral-valve-regurgitation/ds00421/dsection=symptoms. http://www.m.webmd.com/heart-disease/tc/mitral-valve-stenosis-overview. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/tachycardia/ds00929.

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Can increased heart rate sometimes during the day cause mitral valve leakage? Had mitral valve heart surgery three months ago.

Mitral regurgitation. Mitral valve leakage, referred to as mitral regurgitation, is a steady state and doesn't come and go but can fluctuate in intensity under certain circumstances. It can cause disturbances in the heart rhythm and cause the heart to race. Read more...

I had mitral valve repair done 3 weeks ago. Cardiologist told me still sees a little leakage, if you elevate heart rate, will that make leak worse?

Possible. Rate increase may cause same volume leak with more beats. It the valve does not seat better, then more leak will happen. Some may have less leak as the heart is more contractile and the valve comes together better. Read more...
Well. Maybe transiently, but this should not pose a problem. Some leakage is common, don't worry too much about it too much! Read more...

My heart rate is still fast in the 90's after my mitral valve repair is this normal. Will it get slower after some time, only been three weeks.

Yes. You're still in the very early recovery period. Although your heart is repaired, your heart takes time to remodel. Give it 3-6 months. Be sure you're in normal rhythm as atrial fibrillation is very common after mv repair (it would be irregular) and it tends to be faster than normal. Read more...
Be patient. And give yourself time. However, the answer is just a phone call away: call your cardiologist! also, if you have UTI and have fever the hr will go up! Read more...
Ask your PCP or. Cardiologist if he would consider giving u beta blockers to slow down your heart rate. Cut down on caffeine intake. Take care! Read more...
Scar flutter maybe. A hole had to be cut into your atrium repair the valve. It is not unusual to develop an arrhythmia known as scar flutter where the cardiac electrical activity travels around and around the scar in a circle. This can be quite subtle and difficult to diagnose. It really requires an ekg, but an indication you may have this is a heart rate that doesn't vary. It just stays at a given rate all the time. Read more...