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Have ventricula septic defect. Affected by weed smoke?

I have a friend who was born with a left ventricula septic defect 24 years agos. Due to this he has many difficultys. Someone in his household has started to smoke weed around 3 to 4 times a day and I am scared the smoke is affecting him. Although it is not in the same room it is next door and it passes through easy will this be affecting him and if so in what ways?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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vsd causes cyanotic spells .....they can be exacerabated if smoke in same room or smoke in 5 meters area undr a roof..........actually in medical worlds she will be very uncomfortable if she is developing esienmegers syndrome cause then normal air we breath wont be enough for her.....pulmonary hypertension and so on.......purt an exhaust fan in ur room or make the connection between room air tight humanly possible
smmary:stay like a kilometer away from smoke (weed or trucks) for your friend
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