The heart is a hard worker. It pumps blood ceaselessly to provide oxygen and nutrients throughout your entire body. Therefore, when your heart malfunctions, it can be a severe and potentially dangerous problem.
Recently, we received a story from a user with mitral valve prolapse. She had it for 40 years and had to have echocardiograms regularly, but MicroGen helped her recover in a relatively short time!
So, what is mitral valve prolapse? How can MicroGen help with it?
What Is Mitral Valve Prolapse?
To understand mitral valve prolapse (MVP in short), we need to have some basic knowledge of heart anatomy. The heart has four chambers: the left and right atrium and the left and right ventricles. Between atriums and ventricles, the valves ensure the direction of blood flow because if the blood flows in the wrong direction, parts of our body will not receive enough oxygen.
The mitral valve is between the left atrium and the left ventricle, and prolapse means the muscles cannot close smoothly. In the case of MVP, the valve flaps will bulge into the left atrium, and as a result, the heart muscles cannot pump all the blood into the left ventricle. Some blood will regurgitate, which means flowing back to the left atrium.
Symptoms of Mitral Valve Prolapse
Symptoms of mitral valve prolapse can vary widely from person to person, depending on the amount of blood leaking backward through the valve. Many people with MVP do not have noticeable symptoms, so echocardiography and chest X-ray are usually necessary for a precise diagnosis. In other cases, people may have mild to severe symptoms such as irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia), lightheadedness, shortness of breath, and fatigue.
Causes of Mitral Valve Prolapse
Mitral valve prolapse occurs in around 2% to 3% of the population. A person can be born with the genetic risk of developing MVP, but it also can be related to other health problems, such as some connective tissue diseases. Besides, MVP is more common in women, while men are more likely to develop severe mitral valve regurgitation.
Treatments of Mitral Valve Prolapse
Many people with mitral valve prolapse do not need treatment if they have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. However, it is always a good idea to keep an eye on the development of the condition. A doctor may prescribe beta-blockers to manage symptoms like dizziness or heart palpitations. If you have atrial fibrillation or a history of a stroke, the doctor may recommend taking blood thinners too.
Some people with MVP need surgery, which has two main options:
Mitral valve repair.
The surgery repairs your valve to help it function as it should, which allows you to keep your valve and avoid some risks and complications associated with valve replacement.
Mitral valve replacement.
Getting a new valve is the best, if not the only, option for some people. Your doctor will decide if it is necessary and explain the types of valves you could receive (mechanical or biological). Minimally invasive and percutaneous methods may be available.
MicroGen for Mitral Valve Prolapse
MicroGen is an advanced portable frequency healing device with a vast database. It can generate accurate healing frequencies to help with mitral valve prolapse. The electric frequencies will improve valve leaflet function and reduce prolapse and regurgitation. As the user told us, her MVP improved in one month after trying MicroGen.
You can search “mitral” in the software and select the programs in the screenshot.
Your heart is crucial for your health, so keep it healthy with MicroGen. Mitral valve prolapse may not be a big problem. Why not use MicroGen to help you get rid of this nuisance now?