Life went on well with fun till such time i came to know that im a heart patient with Conginental heart Disease.I m told i have devloped Artial Septal Defect for which im supposed to under go open heart surgery...Now my doubt is that after surgery can marry and have and have my normal life asusual or keep my aloof from all the relations....Please guide me
My younger cousin Robert had 3 open heart surgeries before he was 8, due to congenital heart defects. My mom told me recently that he is doing just fine, is married, works a full-time job, has a couple of children, is expecting his first grandchild...
I'm alive due to a pacemaker implant in April, 2008. I have a congenital heart defect, which kicked in after I turned 51. My beloved uncle Michael, had the same defect; he had a massive heart attack at 51.
50 years ago, I would have counseled you to start a hermitage.
Now, live to your fullest extent, once the defect is repaired!!!
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