Nine times nine people – a 29-year-old man. The fact that at first glance may seem like a fantastic plot, quite real and happened with Jamie Poole, who suffers from a complex disease.
Jamie suffers from hypertrophic cardiomyopathythat is a disease that causes the heart to grow more than normal, which causes serious heart problems. He had to struggle with this for almost 30 years, because throughout his life he had to live with the uncertainty that at any moment he might suffer another heart attack.
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According to the British Daily Mail, the man suffered his first heart attack when he was 20 years old. In this opportunity, it took him 40 minutes to revive him, when they succeeded, he remained in a coma for a week, and after waking up they explained everything that had happened.
The second time it happened in the house of his cousins. Then being in london, he suffered four attacks in less than three weeks, and so on until you reach the ninth. In all the results it was the same thing, after several minutes of the "dead", it reacted again.
Because of these unpredictable heart attacks, Jamie today has an electronic device called an ICD inside his body that can automatically restart his heart when it stops. Of course, this is not the only concern that he has, since he does not have to do any physical exercise to avoid attacks.
Regarding the disease, Edgardo Sepúlveda, a heart surgeon at the Las Condes clinic, explains that “This happens from 20 to 40 years. But if the family has a history of the disease, it can be detected and treated in a timely manner, avoiding complications. ”
On the other hand, Poole assured English that because of his “death,” he was able to see himself outside his body, even if he saw the “tunnel outside”: “The advice that I would give to someone after my experience, definitely, just enjoyed the little things in life, did not take them for granted and did not appreciate these moments”, closed this young man, who at the moment, if he will follow the appropriate methods of treatment, there should be no more complications, or at least what he expects.