I am currently 20 years old. When I was 16 I started to get chest pains. Some so bad that it would nearly knock the the air right out of me. But they'd only last maybe 10-30 seconds. So my mother had taken me to the doctors and I had an EKG done and wore a holter moniter for 48hrs. The EKG came back that I had a slight murmur, but the holter moniter report came up negative. Every time I had a chest pain, I would press the button, and when I did, nothing showed u. So my doctor at the time said I had Mitral Valve Prolapse. The doctor had put me on Toprol XL to ease the chest pain. Well didn't help. So I had taken myself off of it. I've always had cold hands and cold feet. My nail beds are blue when my hand aren't moving. I have chest pains pretty much every day. More times a day more then others. I'm tired all the time. So I went to the doctors again, (Military Doctor) about a year ago and he did a ECG, and found nothing. He said that I didn't have Mitral Valve Prolapse and it was anxiety and put me on Xanax. Which made me looney. (That I had taken myself off of too). Now I'm on nothing still with the same symptoms. Is it Mitral Valve Prolapse?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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