Overcoming Congenital Heart Disease In Addition To Surgery?
I am a PJB patient, so far I have not experienced any problems such as fatigue or feeling tightness in the chest. When I was sick and checked, the doctor at the hospital advised me to take immediate surgery to close the leaky heart valve. I have a friend who looks like me, he does surgery and after surgery he often looks tired and always needs medication so that his heart doesn’t feel painful. I am afraid that after surgery I will feel tired and afraid of the possibility of success, considering that such an operation is done at the age of the children, while I am 24 years old, so I am afraid of the success rate. Is there really no other way than surgery or can I take medicine? Because I don’t feel it is burdening me, just sometimes it hurts like a normal person. I ask for an answer, because I am hesitant to do a heart operation, afraid that after the operation I will not be able to carry out activities as usual, even more afraid of the success rate, not to doubt the team of doctors, but only to be afraid ..
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