Tell me why I am still alive after 49 years, 3 LIVE BIRTHS, and have been told I have 15 months to live,
MAYBE. The bridge covers the entire left ventrical over the entire LAD The left vent.. is quite smaller than it should be. Dr. Howell in Houston used me as a lab rat for 7 days. Almost died after 2 times woke up and still coudn't understand. Dr. Howell finally said that the rest of the tests would kill me!!!! I was told to go home rest MAYBE 12 weeks, and if I didn't pass out, try to live my life as normal as possable. Unforturuanately thats not happening. So if any of your really specialist cardiologist or cardiosurgeons can give me this special answer. Don't bother to look up a women with this I already have found 1 died 6 month's ago at 50years 6weeks3days old. Don't bother to tell me albout the men their not any interest to me.
Thanks for looking BUT don't send me any bull because thats all I get from everybody else and by the way I am seeing shrink. So if any info write me. thanks Denise
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