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Posted by Pam Determan
on November 09, 2000 at 08:43:20:
In Reply to: No left ventricle for a baby posted by alissa on November 08, 2000 at 20:11:24:
: Hello I was wondering if anyone knows what would be looking at if we adopted a baby who was born with no left ventricle in her heart, she is having surgery tomorrow to give her one and my husband and I are wondering what we will be up against. If anyone knows please let me know. Thank you.
I am 39 with Tricuspid Atresia...my left ventricle is missing. This heart condition is not a very common problem. I have not had not had any type of surgery but I am limited in physical activities. There have been a few others I've met through the message board with the same problem & we all struggle with physical limitation ie. steps, cold weather, bearing children etc. Please feel free to e-mail me PamDeterman@aol.com Sincerely, Pam
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