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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby EJKibble » Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:34 am

Name: Emma Kibble

Age: 23

Work: unemployed thanks to OHS last year n no 1 would hire me knowing I was Havin another op.

Family: live with mum n dad, plus I have a sis bro in law n niece.

CHD: Aortic Stenosis n some other bits n bobs.

Surgery: Ross procedure 21st Nov 11
Mechanical valve 29th Oct 12.

Music: anything really from the carpenters to bon jovi.
Aortic Stenosis diagnosed at 6 weeks old
Ross procedure 21st Nov 11
Mechanical valve 29th Oct 12
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby Anne87 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 1:22 pm

Name: Tania Anne
Age: 25
Lives: Norway (but 'home' is Windsor)
Occupation: Administrator at a university
Type of CHD: TGA with VSDs and Pulmonary Stenosis - Senning in 1988 at GOSH
Family: A very cute Dachshund called Henry!
Fave Music: Old rock
Fave Food: Sushi
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby debbysheart » Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:35 am

Debby Gibson
Lives in United States
Grew up in military family moved about every 2 years
I am 49 years old, turn 50 in March
Family Husband, son, grandaughter, one sister and two brothers and my Jack Russell (she keeps me moving)
I worked from age 15 until age 40, the doctors had me stop.
I love classic rock
Pizza is my favorite food
I love to draw, and paint
I had my first surgery at age 1 (1964) second 1967, they timed the surgeries in the US back then by wheight.
I was born with a VSD, Coarctaion of the Aorta, Paten Ductus and a Bicusbid Aortic valve.
Please forgive any spelling errors, spelling is not my best subject. :)
Born 1963, first surgery 1964 to slow down blood flow and stent put in to stretch Aorta. 1967 to repair defects. (Bicuspid Aortic Valve was not repaired found in 2012) VSD, Coarctation of the Aorta, Bicuspid Aortic Valve, Patent Ductus Arteriosus
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby Amber McGlone » Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:12 pm

Name: Amber McGlone
Age: 18 (apparently I look like I'm 9)
Location: Aberdeenshire but have lived here, there and everywhere due to dad being ex soldier.
Occupation: receptionist
Family: mum, dad, older sister, younger brother (no kids yet)
CHD: aortic stenosis, bicuspid valve and murmur
Treatment: waiting to hear if I'm getting my valve replaced this year or not. Scary times :(
Interests: reading...I don't get to do much else
Fave food: macaroni cheese, yum!!
Music: anything that I can remember the words to
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby Jennifer » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:35 pm

NAME Jennifer B

Age 32

LIVES Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire

WORK I'm a night shift support assistant to disabled adults

CHD I have Transposition of the Greater Artieries,i was born in DRI in 1981 and i had the Mustard Procudure in 1982 at ERI

FAMILY I have been with my OH Colin for 14 years, i have 2 sons, age 5 and one 9, eldest also has a CHD (PS) and Epilepsy

PAST TIMES I enjoy working with my hand so i do alot of knitting and x stitching. Also enjoy going for a slow walk when the weather is fine. Pottering about in the garden trying to grow some veggies.
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby Adam » Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:47 pm

Hey Jennifer :-)

Sent ya a PM!
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby LauraKelland » Wed Aug 14, 2013 10:17 pm

Name: Laura Hirons (soon to be Kelland)

Age: 24

Lives: Plymouth, South West

Occupation: Admin Officer (although looking into voluntary medical retirement)

Type of CHD? VSD, aortic stenosis, polycythemia, pulmonary hypertension, had stroke when I was 13 been on warfarin ever since and will be for the rest of my life, had endocarditis at 18. Won't live to see 30

Family: currently living with my fiancé, getting married in 6 weeks.

Fav Music: R&B and anything but heavy metal I guess

Fav Food: Chinese :)

Recently new to the site. Please feel free to message me
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby bluegirl » Fri Nov 22, 2013 4:15 pm

Hello! I've just joint the forum and i would like to introduce myself.
Well, i'm 22 years old from Southern Europe and have Tetralogy of Fallot.
As a result of my family's unwillingness to offer support (or just to consider me as a family member), i underwent a PVR after many many months of severe symptoms and when my health (cardiac, renal ,hepatic at least...) had been severely deteriorated. (They finally decided to make me the... favor of a PVR). Doctors seem to neglect difficult cases... I'm currently in anticoagulation and feeling ill and alone.
22 years old
Tetralogy of Fallot
B-T shunt, 2 OHS (ToF repair & PVR)
anticoagulation
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Re: introduce yourself, it wont take long.

Postby bluegirl » Fri Nov 22, 2013 4:26 pm

Don't hesitate to correct me in case i make any mistake. :)
22 years old
Tetralogy of Fallot
B-T shunt, 2 OHS (ToF repair & PVR)
anticoagulation
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