It felt like I was having a heart attack. Again. And again. And again. My blood pressure was erratic. I had almost constant angina and shortness of breath. Then the fatigue set in. My ankles swelled and a day without a headache was a gift. 10 cardiologists, 5 years and dozens of misdiagnoses later, I was forced to figure it out myself.
Two weeks after my self-diagnosis was confirmed, I was across the country having open heart surgery because I was only getting 40% blood flow to my heart. And my risk of having a heart attack or stroke was high.
We all deserve a compassionate and empathetic health journey from diagnosis to treatment and after care. Not just for the large life events, but the small ones too.
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