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I have rheumatic heart disease with mild mitral regurgitation. Can I have a baby?

Probably. If your degree of mitral valve regurgitation is mild, your heart is not enlarged and "squeezes" well you should have no problem. You should nevertheless consult with your cardiologist and ob/gyn to coordinate care. Read more...
Probably. Only a competent obstetrician can advise you as to what your options are. Read more...

I did heart echo, I got comment "Mitral regurgitation, trace" & "Long redundant Mitral AML with no MVP". I experience shortness of breath. Alarming?

No not alarming. The mitral valve finding is likely something you were born with and has nothing to do with your acute symptoms. Would see a physician and be evaluated for other possible explanations for SOB. Read more...

If a patient has mitral stenosis how will this effect heart failure risk?

May Increase. If mitral stenosis is severe, pressure increases in the blood vessels of the lungs, resulting in heart failure with fluid accumulation in the lungs and a low level of oxygen in the blood. Read more...