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.

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