Nine times, nine times a 29-year-old man has died. Something that one might think at a glance is a fictional story, truly real and happens to Jamie Poole, who suffers from a complex disease.
Jamie suffered hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which is a disease that causes the heart to grow more than usual, which causes serious heart problems. With that he had to fight for almost 30 years, because throughout his life, he had to live with uncertainty that at any time he could suffer a heart attack again.
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According to the British Daily Mail, the man suffered his first heart attack when he was 20 years old. On that occasion, he needed 40 minutes to revive him, when they managed to do it, he remained in a coma for a week, and after waking up, they explained everything that had happened.
The second time happened at his cousin's house. Then in London, he suffered four attacks in less than three weeks, and so on until you reach ninth. All results are the same, after a few minutes & # 39; die & # 39 ;, react again.
Because of this unpredictable heart attack, Jamie today has an electronic device called an ICD in his body that can automatically restart his heart when he stops. Of course, this is not the only treatment he has, because he shouldn't do any physical exercise, to avoid attacks.
Regarding the disease, Edgardo Sepúlveda, a heart surgeon at Las Condes Clinic, explained that "It happens between 20 and 40 years. But if there is a history of illness in the family, it is possible to detect it in time and treat it, avoid complications."
On the other hand, Poole convinced the British media that because of his death, he had been able to see himself from outside his body, he had even seen the tunnel outside & # 39; "The advice that I will give to someone after having my experience is, surely, just enjoying the little things in life, not just taking them for granted and appreciating those moments", closed this young man, who for now if he took the right care, there should not be more complications, or at least that's what he expected.