Sure. Just need to be careful the prolapse is causing no symptoms. And if so, they are being properly treated.
Yes. In fact, if you're having intercourse, it's very likely. (mvp won't interfere).
Usually no. But the final answer really depends on the specifics of your case.
The heart goes. Through some remodeling and the circulating volume increases during pregnancy. Hormonal changes result in increased compliance of cartilaginous tissues. These changes can result in transient changes in the valvular anatomy and cardiac physiology that could result in transient prolapse. It usually resolves over several months post delivery and is rarely clinically significant.
Mitral prolapse. Read this: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/mitral-valve-prolapse/basics/definition/con-20024748.
Mitral valve prolapse is a risk factor for: Infection of heart valves, Mitral regurgitation, Wolff Parkinson White syndrome, Bacterial endocarditis.
Probably wouldn't. Mitral valve prolapse is a condition that has been overdiagnosed and most times has no bearing on a person's life unless it is significant. In some cases, it is associated with atypical chest pain and palpitations.
MVP. If asymptomatic as far as heart function, treat underlying anxiety.
Depends.... Most patients with mitral valve prolapse do not require specific treatment. Rarely the valve will degenerate and require surgical repair.