For those asking “Can mitral valve prolapse go away on its own,” MVP can get better. While the affected valve’s condition will not normally improve, the symptoms of the disorder can, in some cases, becoming less frequent and/or intense. This may occur naturally or due to active mitral valve prolapse treatment.Click to see full answer. Keeping this in view, can mitral valve prolapse be cured?Most people who have mitral valve prolapse (MVP) don’t need treatment because they don’t have symptoms and complications. Even people who do have symptoms may not need treatment. People who have MVP and troublesome mitral valve backflow may be treated with medicines, surgery, or both.Also, is Mitral Valve Prolapse a serious condition? MVP very rarely becomes a highly serious condition. However, in the most serious cases, mitral valve prolapse can cause abnormal heartbeats (arrhythmias) that may eventually become life-threatening. This happens because a mitral valve leaking (regurgitating) a significant amount of blood can cause blood clots to form. People also ask, how can you reduce the symptoms of mitral valve prolapse? aspirin to reduce the risk of blood clots. beta blockers to prevent your heart from beating irregularly and to improve blood flow. blood thinners to prevent blood clots. diuretics to remove excess fluid from the lungs. vasodilators to widen the blood vessels and improve blood flow. Can you live a normal life with mitral valve prolapse?Most people with mitral valve prolapse have no symptoms and no complications, need no treatment, and can expect to live as long as people without this common heart problem. In some people, the leaflets of the mitral valve don’t fit together tightly, and they bulge or billow backward into the left atrium.