Can Excitement and Shock be Fatal for Anyone?

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  March 11, 2011 at 3:24 PM General Health News
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Two teenaged sisters, Chloe Church (14years) and Evei (11years) have to avoid being shocked or excited. Any rush of adrenaline could prove fatal for these girls as they both suffer from a rare heart abnormality known as Long QT syndrome.
 Can Excitement and Shock be Fatal for Anyone?
Can Excitement and Shock be Fatal for Anyone?

Evei was diagnosed first about 2 and 1/2 years ago when she suffered an unrelated kidney problem. Following which even Chloe was diagnosed with the condition. Unlike other children of their age, these girls have do avoid using many things like- an alarm clock, watching scary films or TV programs, participating in lively sports, having energy drinks, dancing etc.

Doctors fear that having a relationship could also be lethal for the girls. Both sisters hope that there is some sure for their condition so that they can lead a normal life.


Source: Medindia

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