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Old 12-05-2010, 04:53 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I thought about putting this in Birth Trauma, but I honestly don't feel traumatized, just bewildered.

 

I was wondering if anyone else was diagnosed with this and if so, how your recovery was. Thanks!


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This is not something I have personally experienced, but I couldn't read without posting. hug.gif

 

I hope your recovery is fast and complete!


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Yes. There is a great website called www.amothersheart.org. Click on Support and at the top there are chats. You will find a lot of useful info there.  Best wishes for recovery ASAP!

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I found it! Thank you so much.

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My sister had it. She had another baby about a year and a half later (although doctors had advised her she shouldn't get pregnant again). She and baby were both fine, although they did a scheduled c-section at 36 weeks to try and avoid the pre-e issues she'd had the first time (and presumably then avoid the issues she had afterwards, too). While I wouldn't consider her to be "healthy", I'm pretty sure she's had her heart checked and has been told it's fine now...


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Thanks! One good thing that has come out of this is that I have met an amazing network of women who have survived this disease,

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