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Posted by nancyg
on November 04, 2000 at 16:17:02:
In Reply to: mitral valve prolapse/regurgitatoin posted by NancyG on November 02, 2000 at 14:19:27:
Dear Matt and Ken Thanks for responding,
Actually I was in the hospital early October they thought I had a mini Stroke. But after have numeros test and doctors evaluate me. They said it was due to my Mitral Valve Prolapse with severe reguritation causing these Transient Neourogial Symstons. I was sent home after 5 nights. I had an echo cardiogram and a TTE which is another form of an echo cardiogram which found no evidence of stroke. Then told to take baby aspirin and see the cariodologist. I'm taking two medications one is atenonol and the other is acupril I'm feeling tired alot. I go back to the doctor a week from Monday. Did you suffer from a back ache or tired feeling. This doctor mentined repair. My aunt had a pig valve replace her acortic valve. No blood relation. 21 years ago. She in her late 70s.
NancyG New York
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