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Hole in a heart at the age of 26, what should i do next ?

Hai sir. I am Kalai. I am 26 old now. I am married and have a one son of just 1 and half years old. My hubby told me that I had a hole in my heart . Now only I come to know this. But for the past one month I had a difficulty in my breathing. I feel some pressure on my heart. I easily got an emotional and short tempered. Now i want to know what to do in future. Pls guide me
Asked On : Fri, 8 Apr 2011
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live ur life easily. nothing to worry mostly,becouse when u can grow up to 26, have a child with out any problem than why in future. u may have a hole but mostly its compitible with life near normal. go and have a discussion with a cardiologist for the same. i think the problems u have are psychological because u know ur hearts hole, otherwise u were fine till than. enjoy life with a hole. but its better that u know it because u can anticipate problems that it can create in older age.
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