Question: Has taking albuterol all these years caused my mvp mitral valve prolapse?
Have been taking albuterol (nebulizer) and inhaler since age 2. No heart problems on either side of family. Don't know if MVP is related to any meds taking. Did recently find out that long term use of buspar is most likely cause of my arm, leg and hand twitches. Which were only present at night, (during sleep study twitched 284 times). Now, have this problem while awake. No doctor, or specialist has been able to help me with the Bruxism/overheating thing that gives me such debilitating headaches. Can you live a long healthy life with an MVP?
Age: 44 Gender: male
Conditions: Chronic Asthma Since Age Of 2, Chronic Bruxism W/unusual Jaw And Headache Esp. When Overheated, Low Testosterone, Low Thyroid, Chronic Anxiety
Medications: Albuterol, Dulera , Buspar, Klonopin, Baclofen, Synthroid, Tegretol-xr, Flexeril, Androgel
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