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My 1-1/2 months baby has fossa ovalis ASD Lt-Rt SHUNT and small apical muscular VSD Lt-Rt

moderate fossa ovalis ASD Lt-Rt SHUNT and small apical muscular VSD Lt-Rt shunt is the problem of my 1 and half months old baby. he is in the look after of Dr. V.K. Agrawal a child specialist and Dr. D.K. Agrawal cardiologist in Allahabad. Treatment with Dixin is carry on. let me tell you is it curable if yes then how much time will it take. please sugest me also.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Oct 2010
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Congenital Heart defects such as VSD,ASD are holes present in a baby's heart..Both conditions are curable if you approach a cardiologist early and seek in appropriate treatment.. In 25% of cases vsd closes by itself and doesn't require further management.
ASD might require surgery in later part of life as most of the times symptoms are presented only during late childhood..
You could discuss with your cardiologist about further management of your baby and they will guide you appropriately!!
Hope this helps!!
Take care!!
Answered: Sat, 5 Mar 2011
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