19-year-old girl needed a triple organ transplant after a rare disorder due to which her heart and lungs began to look like the bodies of the pensioner. The girl collided with idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension.
Yasmine swift of English Kent awaits triple organ transplant, which is caused by the development of a rare disorder. Because of this the disorder authorities, the girls began to look like she would have been more than 70 years. In particular, yasmin need new lungs and heart. Doctors diagnosed her with idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension. However, initially the doctors could not understand why the former cheerleader began to suffer from shortness of breath after climbing stairs and severe pain in the chest.
Final and correct diagnosis could only be made in November, and now 19-year-old hairdresser is the most powerful medicine that you can get. They are delivered to her through an IV 24 hours a day. Unfortunately, it is not very easy her suffering, and any physical exertion the girl is experiencing extreme fatigue. She stopped going out with friends to walk and visit public places. She admits that the disease began about a year ago with constant fatigue. Her legs were swollen, but the doctors found nothing serious.
Idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension is a high blood pressure arteries of the lungs that develops for no apparent reason. Usually the disease progresses with time and leads to death due to heart failure. In severe cases, the life expectancy of the patient is not more than 10 years after diagnosis. Traditionally the disease is found in people over 40 and in women it is more common. The disease is accompanied by such symptoms as fatigue, chest pain, loss of consciousness, accumulation of fluid in the feet and lower legs. With medication, you can lower your blood pressure and make breathing easier. In severe cases, the patient is required to transplant the heart and lungs, but it is a very dangerous procedure because of the threat of rejection of donor organs and the development of infections. (READ MORE)