I am 36 years old and was diagnosed with mild cardiomyopathy of the left ventricle. mild mitral and tricuspid regur and a right bundle branch block. I take Digoxin. I have 2 small children and was not planning on having more. But as my luck goes, 1 week prior to my husbands vasectomy, I discover I am pregnant. My previous obgyn will not even see me and the High risk Dr. they referred me to can not see me for 1 1/2 months from now. I don't know what to do. I see my cardiologist in 5 days to let him know what has happened. What should I do? What are my chances of surviving a pregnancy with this. I had PIH with my first pregnancy and was very edematous and recieved magnesium. I had to take Labetalol for 6 weeks after delivery. My second pregnancy my blood pressure started rising in the 35th week and they induced me at 36 weeks. 1 year later i started having shortness of breath, exercise intolerance, severe fatigue and palpitations. The cardilogist thought it was related to a coxsackie b virus or maybe even my prior pregnancies.
Does anyone know what my best and worse case scenerio is or should I terminate this pregnancy to keep my 2 and 5 year old from having to lose their mother? Please help. Thank you. ema2log
I have dilated cardiomyopathy and am currently 30weeks pregnant and am only 19 i have been put on a low dose of meds which is improving my cond atm, i only flound out i had this becoming pregnant, and have been transfered to a hospital with more help. Just been discussing with them lately of how we want to handle the birth cause will put more stress on my heart. What kind of cardiomyopathy do you have? im not sure how serious my condition is just mild, but anythink to do with the heart is serious
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