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Forum Name: Congenital Heart Disease in Adults

Question: palpilation

 alien3d - Sun May 14, 2006 11:35 pm

disease:mitral valve prolpased

Last week i totally heart palpilation unsual.i got into ward and waiting 1 month for echocardiorgram.When i walk around 50 meter i got exausted and palpilation.I don't what's wrong my body getting 25% more letagic.Is there any food must i avoid?or anything to reduce this sob and palpilation.Last admin hospital 142 s pulse
 Theresa Jones, RN - Sun Jun 18, 2006 6:26 am

User avatar Hi alien3d,
When symptoms from mitral valve disorders become apparent they may present as fatigue, shortness of breath, palpitations, chest pain, etc., depending on the degree of the prolapse. One particular treatment aimed at reducing symptoms is by the use of medications, beta blockers or calcium channel blockers in people who don't tolerate beta blckers well. As for any dietary measures, reduction of caffiene products may help in decreasing palpitations if these are the results of dietary consumption.
Theresa Jones, RN


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