First of all I think that you should should confirm or not that you actually have MVP. I believe that this is diagnosed through an echocardiogram, which looks at the structure of the heart, rather than the electrical activity, like and EKG does.
MVP is often benign, and does no require treatment, other than for some, an antibiotic Rx before invasive medical procedures/dental work. I have not heard of it causing any serious issues, if it is considered a mild case. (non-classic)
I would recommend checking in with the cardio forum if you have not already...they may be able to give you some more insight.
Best wishes and keep posting.:)
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Post Edited (Scaredy Cat) : 8/21/2013 6:14:05 PM (GMT-6)