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No, all human hearts are over to the left. The only exception is patients born with a condition called dextro-cardia, where the heart and chest are reversed. This is sometimes also accompanied by situs inversus, where all the abdominal organs are reversed also.
hi,thanks for query.No,all of males and females have heart on left side.There is a condition called dextrocardia in which the heart is on right side,this is a very rare condition's and for you for all practical purposes the heart for all is on left side.
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