Skipped heart beat cause? Mitral valve prolapse?

Possibly. Some people with mitral valve prolapse are more prone to get palpitations when under stress or with stimulants ( alcohol or caffeine or pseudoephedrine).
Many causes. A skipped heartbeat can be caused by many things. Mitral valve disease is often seen with abnormal cardiac rhythms, but it is not exclusive nor would it be first in my differential diagnosis. If the abnormal rhythm is concerning (and it probably should) i suggest you go visit your personal physician. The internet is not the best place to get answers - always remember to talk to your doctor.

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My doctor suggests I have mitral valve prolapse, however I live in canada and there is a significant wait for the ethno test. I have chest pain multiple times throughout the day. Rapid heart beat, shortness of breath. I also have the clicking in my heart

See below. Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. Read more...
Work with your doc. Symptoms like these are best evaluated in person by your physician. Based on the findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. Read more...

My doctor says I may have mitral valve prolapse. However there's a ten month wait for an ethnocardiogram, my symptoms are persisting and sometimes worsening, chest pain, rapid heart beat, shortness of breath post excercise, fatigue, what should I do?

See cardiologist. Mitral valve prolapse is fairly common condition that in most cases doesn't cause symptoms, if you have all those symptoms consult with cardiologist, although the most common test echo is not the only test to assess your symptoms, especially if the symptoms interact with your everyday life. Read more...
Medication. Medications can help with mvp. However w/o the echocardiogram it will be more difficult to know for sure that it is mvp. Ask your doctor why there is a10 month wait for the echo and if meds like beta blockers could help in the interim. Read more...
Nothing. If you haven't had the echo, then the diagnosis of mvp has not been established. Even if you do have it, mvp does not cause these symptoms. Doctors blame all kinds of things on mvp but they are not related. There is no treatment required for mvp and none that is helpful. If the wait for an echo is that long then you are in the wrong health system. Read more...

I've noticed yesterday that I've mitral valve prolapse. Can it cause heart palpitation and anxiety? Are b complex injection derogatoty for it?

Noticed MVP ? Usually it is diagnosed by a physician. There may not be any outward symptoms, and palpitations and anxiety can be caused by so many other different ailments. Please see your physician for a proper diagnosis and any care, if necessary. Read more...

I've noticed yesterday that I've mitral valve prolapse. Can it cause heart palpitation and anxiety? Are b complex injections derogatoty for it?

MVP. For the majority of people, mitral valve prolapse is a variation of normal. There is a spectrum and some people have a more severe form. When present, this leads to mitral regurgitation (leakage), a loud murmur, and over many years can lead to heart failure-then the valve must be repaired. B vitamins with neither help nor harm you. Palps and anxiety are common and not related. Read more...