Hi, sad to hear about how difficult the journey has been for you. Your case sounds more complicated than mine. You say started with 3 bilateral ... (not sure i follow) and then it led to an enlarged ASD?
I hope you have a great recovery and dont have any problems after that.
Most of the times i try to not notice the breathlessness i experience by attributing it to stress, slight obesity, but at times i do get concerned that there might be something more. Then i get restless and want to investigate further.
Since the last time i took medical advise i came to the above dead end, so i dont feel confident enough to go about it again and find no solution to the breathlessness.
My case went undetected for so long that I dont know what to expect or say. In 47 years i did undergo a hernia operation at age 17 , and a couple of time i have been unwell and docs did put their stethescope on my heart and did not hear its murmurs!
I guess my body will allow for things to be discovered at its own pace?
There are days the breathlessness is severe at time but it does exist and now i notice i make efforts to breathe.
I hope you never have to deal with breathlessness. Its alarming.