Nine times nine times a 29-year-old man has died. Something that could first be thought of is a fictional story, really real and happens to Jamie Poole, who is suffering from complicated illness.
Jamie suffers cardiomyopathy hypertrophic, which is a disease that causes the heart to grow more than normal, which causes serious heart problems. With that, he had to fight for almost 30 years, since he had all his life, he had to live with the uncertainty that he could at any time get a stroke on the other heart.
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According to British Daily Mail, the man suffered his first heart attack when he was 20 years old. In that opportunity, he took 40 minutes to regenerate, when they did so, he stayed in coma for a week, and after waking up, he explained everything that happened.
The second time that happened was in his cousin's house. Then be in London, suffered four assaults in less than three weeks, and so on until he reached the ninth. In all the results, the same thing, after a few minutes, died again.
Due to these unpredictable heart attacks, Jamie has an electronic device of the name ICD inside an organization that can automatically restart her heart when it expires. Of course, this is not just his care, as he should not do any kind of physical exercises, to avoid assaults.
Regarding the disease, Edgardo Sepúlveda, a cardiac surgeon at the Las Condes Clinic, explains that "It takes place between 20 and 40 years, but in case of the history of the disease in the family, it can be detected in a while and treated, avoiding complications."
On the other hand, Poole secured the English medium because of his / her deaths, that he could see himself out of the body, even he had seen & # 39; the tunnel beyond & # 39 ;: "The advice we give to someone after having experiences, surely, enjoy the little things in life, have not been taken for granted and appreciated", has closed this young man, who, if now, does not follow the appropriate treatments, should not have more complications, or that is at least what he or she expects.