Iam having mild mvp with mild mitral regurgitation. How much will be my life span. Does I will die soon. Thankyou?

Mvp. The overwhelming majority of patients like yourself will never be affected by this condition . Get an echo periodically to see if it had progressed.
Long life likely. One should have regular cardiology checkups and echocardiogram s. If there is worsening, medication or surgery with valve repair or replacement become options. People live, and live well, for a long time.

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I'm 21 years old, I have mild MVP with mild mitral regurgitation. Can I do gym exercise like weight lifting.?

Yes. Use your symptoms as an indicator of your "breathlessness". You ought to stay in shape as anyone ought to of your age -- weightlifting and aerobic exercise is fine. Keeps heart in good shape and lowers peripheral resistance. Read more...

I'm 29 years old, I have mild MVP with trivial mitral regurgitation. Can I do gym exercise like weight lifting.?

Probably. It sounds like you sure could, particularly if your doctor did not specifically tell you to restrict your activities. Probably the safest thing would be to check with your doctors office as they are most familiar with your condition. Read more...

Last month I was diagnosed with mild MVP and trivial mitral regurgitation. Everything else normal. Can I continue my weight lifting exercises in gym?

Choices & will drive. hydraulic valve loads high while doing each & every lift. During the lift, varying with technique/strategy, both pulmonary & system BP's dramatically ?, in turn increasing blood pressure differential on all the valve leaflets. The ?ed pressure drives any prolapse & leaks. Avoid any breath holding (narrowing of vocal cords); bad technique for health. Also get & closely inspect all the echo videos. Read more...

Could mvp advance to mitral regurgitation gragually while I just have mvp at first?

Yes. It can, but that doesn't mean it will. Millions of people have mvp and never have any issue with it life-long. A tiny percentage develop complications which can be either gradual or abrupt. Read more...
Yes. Over time that can happen. Infection can also become an issue. Regular followup and echo testing are part of the program. Work with dentist for any oral procedures and follow aha guidelines. Read more...

I am 27 and have just been diagnosed with trivial mitral regurgitation but no mention of mvp on my echocardiogram results. Is this likely progress?

No. Unlikely . Trivial mr is of no concern and is extremely common. Mr is only an issue when the regurgitant volume affects cardiac performance and physiology such that the heart enlarges or weakens under the strain of an inefficient pump, wherein blood regurgitates back into the left atrium. Over time that can enlarge and weaken the muscle. That is extremely unlikely to occur w trivial mr w/o mvp/abnl valve. Read more...
Don't worry. Trivial mitral regurgitation is just that - trivial. Do not worry too much about this very common finding. Just file the knowledge away, and if you ever have another echo (which you just might never need) you and your doctor can see if there has been any change. In all likelihood there won't be. 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...