I had a problem with my heart for a very long time. I ended up in hospital on the day my nephew was born with pulse rate at 140 documented by nurses just to be released after it went back to normal to see doctor. He yelled at me and told me it was all in my head lol. Later I went to another doctor told him what had happen and he found out I had mitro valve prolapse. I was 18 and also found out I was pregnant and had to be closely monitored. My heart is getting worse as I get older, but hadnt had any test done in the past few years. I'm not allowed to excersise except walking.
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