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Is it bad for a girl with Palpitation (heart problems) to have a relationship ?

Is it bad for a girl with Palpitation ( heart problems) to have a relationship? It s really tearing me apart everytime people say that me and my best friend can t be together because she has a heart problem.. She keeps on telling me to give up because I ll get hurt in the long run.. I remember was the doctor telling her that she eats too much salty food and caffeine . Me and my best friend have been together for 7 years. We never had any intimate relationship because of our own fears.. I m willing to take that risk just to be with her.. If i need to sacrifice something, I wouldn t think twice about doing it .. to summarize it all: Is it bad for a woman to have a relationship? I mean like being married and having kids..
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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The things people are telling your are completely false. Abnormalities in heart beats are very common, and only a few types present much of risk. If your friend has a heart problem that is risky, the doctors would be treating it and your friend would know exactly what rules she has to follow. Ask her what her doctor has told her. There's some accurate info at the link.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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