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Is mvp and early repolarization of some concern I have it and symptoms include " pvcs , fast hr (190+ BPM rarely), dizziness, chest pressure.?

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Dr. Edward Hoffer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Possibly

Mvp alone is usually of little concern, but if there is leakage across the mitral valve it may be.
A 25 yo can get hr up to 190 with extreme exertion, but this suggests a rhythm disorder such as pat. "early repolarization" on the ECG is often normal, but is associated with some increased heart risk. I think you should see a cardiologist.

In brief: Possibly

Mvp alone is usually of little concern, but if there is leakage across the mitral valve it may be.
A 25 yo can get hr up to 190 with extreme exertion, but this suggests a rhythm disorder such as pat. "early repolarization" on the ECG is often normal, but is associated with some increased heart risk. I think you should see a cardiologist.
Dr. Edward Hoffer
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Dr. Robert Binford
Surgery - Thoracic
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes/no

I don't believe early repolarization syndrome (ers) affects mitral valve prolapse (mvp).
For a long time ers was felt to he a normal variant. But recently some studies have indicated a relationship to arrhythmias and ers. With your pvc's and hr if 190 i would be concerned of a v tach rhythm. You should see an electrophysiologist who is a special cardiologist who deals with rhythms.

In brief: Yes/no

I don't believe early repolarization syndrome (ers) affects mitral valve prolapse (mvp).
For a long time ers was felt to he a normal variant. But recently some studies have indicated a relationship to arrhythmias and ers. With your pvc's and hr if 190 i would be concerned of a v tach rhythm. You should see an electrophysiologist who is a special cardiologist who deals with rhythms.
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