Lori shares what she found out when she looked up her heart aneurysm online.
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When Dr. De Guzman told me what my condition was and he said he didn’t have any information on it because it was so rare and that I should go home and look it up on the internet. And when I went home and look, the first page I found said that it was normally diagnosed an autopsy. It was a bulge in the part of the heart and it was diagnosed on autopsy or when people have a stroke and lived and they went looking for the reason for the stroke, they would find it then. So it hides otherwise and doesn’t always have signs or symptoms. It’s hereditary and it's more common than women than men.

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